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Hi Guys,

Could someone please tell what block of address is 172.25.13.0.
Please I need to know
(1) The  block
(2) The first and last address
(3) Subnet mask
(4) Broadcast address.

Thanks for you help
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Question by:lawre1108
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by:dfxdeimos
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You cannot get that information based on what you have.

You would need to know the subnet mask to get 1, 2 and 4.
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by:woolmilkporc
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Yes, dfxdeimos is right!

But when you assume the default subnet mask of  255.255.0.0 for a class B network like 172.25.0.0, you could say that

- the address range of this network is 172.25.0.0 to 172.25.255.255
- the broadcast address is, according to the default subnet mask, 172.25.255.255

And, please, what is 'the block'?

wmp


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by:dfxdeimos
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Woolmilkporc is correct if you assume the default subnet mask (assuming it is a class B network).

I think he was referring to the range as the "block" as in "IP block"??
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ftp://ftp.ripe.net/rfc/rfc1918.txt

(see section 3. Private Address Space)
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by:dfxdeimos
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Yes.. it falls within on of the private ranges...?
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by:woolmilkporc
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Forgive me please, in my many years in the business I got so acquainted to that old class A/B/C stuff ...

All of you are right - yes, we don't know anything without the subnet mask, and, yes, 172.25.n.n falls into one of the private IP address ranges.

wmp


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by:_MAGIK_
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IF THIS IS LOCAL...
click start
run
type CMD
then when that box opens
type in
ipconfig /all
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by:woolmilkporc
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I wonder to which subnet this guy might belong ...
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by:moorhouselondon
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The Comment I gave was a serious effort at answering your question.  In fact, what part of your question was not answered by the Link that I gave?
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by:lawre1108
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Thanks Vee Mod, as you said it is only appropriate to award the points to those that seems to have positive comment, we all need to learn that some of the questions been asked here can be Job saver.
I hope you can reeducate some of our so called expert in what they posted.

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There was nothing "immature" about the comments made by myself in reality, just in your opinion... It was simply a joke.

Also in response to "I hope you can reeducate some of our so called expert in what they posted" perhaps you are the one that needs a little re-education, since it is YOU who is posting the questions.
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I disagree with your assessment and will leave it at that. Good day.
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