Subnets using 1 range

Will this work guys?
i need 2 networks with 1 ip range for my exam tomorrow.

so i had this in thought; i only need 20 hosts but i want to have some spare adresses
network 0
network 1 or does this need to be different?

Thank You very much!
Marcos SantoAsked:
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I find this confusing "I need 2 networks with 1 IP Range..."

If you have two separate networks -- you'll have two separate ranges. You're doing "classless" subnetting I'm assuming?

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Hi Marcos,

Are you the same user as Klaas, or perhaps you are both in the same class, and have the same assignment?

As per CompProbsolv's link above, this has probably already been answered.

The short version is that the subnets are mathematically valid, but whether any given router will be able to implement it will depend on the specifics of that device.

nociSoftware EngineerCommented:
hm. Klaas Vaak is the guy that puts sand in peoples eyes to put them to sleep (children story) from NL....
so not a very believable pseudoniem.
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