IP: How many IP addresses do i get on 10.48.3.66 on 255.255.255.224

Hi All,


How many IP addresses can I use on 10.48.3.66 with a subnet of 255.255.255.224


Thanks
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detox1978Asked:
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JFrederick29Connect With a Mentor Commented:
You can use .65 - . 94 (30 useable).
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SolgairCommented:
Thats a question to your internet provider. What i-net provider you use?
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woolmilkporcCommented:
IP Entered = ..................: 10.48.3.66
CIDR = ........................: /27
Netmask = .....................: 255.255.255.224
Netmask (hex) = ...............: 0xffffffe0
Wildcard Bits = ...............: 0.0.0.31
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Network Address = .............: 10.48.3.64
Broadcast Address = ...........: 10.48.3.95
Usable IP Addresses = .........: 30
First Usable IP Address = .....: 10.48.3.65
Last Usable IP Address = ......: 10.48.3.94


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segurahCommented:
Using an ip subnet calculator (iin http://www.subnet-calculator.com/)

You have a class A network with a range from 10.48.3.65 to 10.48.3.94.
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The_KingCommented:
The class of the network is designated by the subnet mask.

your subnet mask is 255.255.255.224
in binary this is 11111111.1111111.1111111.11100000

This means the first 27 bits of your IP address designate the network you are on and the last 5 bits designate the machine number on the network.

Therefore you have 5 bits which allows you 2^5 possible addresses on the network allowing you 32 possible ip addresses.


here is a link to an explanation on subnets
http://www.troutman.org/tech/linux_guides/subnet.html


Hope that helps.
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RAHopkinsonCommented:
As "woolmilkporc" said, though, you only have 30 usable IP addresses. But "The King" is right in that you do not have a Class A network.
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