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IP Subnetting question

Need some help with the following

10.179.1.0 - 10.179.20.0 class c
How many IPs and subnets can I have?

10.176.232.0 - 10.176.239.0
How many IPs and subnets can I have?

10.177.128.0 - 10.177.255.0
How many IPs and subnets can I have?
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FalconTwo
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FalconTwo
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ngailfusCommented:
The SolarWinds free subnet calculator is a great tool for figuring out the right subnet masks and number of clients and subnets.

http://www.solarwinds.com/register/MoreSoftware.aspx?External=false&Program=92
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jazzIIIloveCommented:
Hi there;

A calculator for you:
http://www.ipaddresslocation.org/subnet-mask-calculator.php

>>10.179.1.0 - 10.179.20.0 class c
You mean class A...
http://www.tech-faq.com/ip-address-classes.shtml

Best regards...
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