A subnetwork, or subnet, is a logically visible subdivision of an IP network.

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how to split up network into two subnets with only one router

I have one router on my home network. This acts as the main WiFi access point for all devices, as well as being connected to a simple switch for my home lab. I would like to be able to isolate my home ...
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Switch after Router seems to create own subnet

I have a Router (Easybox 802) connected to the Internet. It has sockets for LAN-cables and a wifi-antenna. One socket of the router is connected to a switch (netgear fs605 v2) in another level in the ...
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Weird response when I ping x.x.x.255

This is my computer network configuration: C:\Users\user>ipconfig Windows IP Configuration Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection: Connection-specific DNS Suffix . : Link-local IPv6 ...
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Lan to Wan setup how to connect two subnets

I hope someone can help me with issues I have with my home network. I have a Billion 7700N modem/router and currently I added a Western Digital N600 dual band router. By default (following setup DVD ...
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How can I directly access a PC in another subnet?

Ok so I have 2 subnets setup in my home network. There is a wireless router (with built in switch) connecting PC A (192.168.1.3) via a wire and PC B (192.168.1.101) via wifi. There is a wired switch ...
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Sharing IP block between two computers?

I'm not too knowledgeable in this matter so I wanted to double check here. Say I have a server hosted in a datacenter with a CIDR IP block 104.x.y.z/28, which makes a total of 13 usable IPs, not ...
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Two subnets: devices see others from the other subnet

I have two subnets x.x.10.0 and x.x.20.0 running under mikrotik router so RouterOs GUI, I have set two dhcp on ether2 and on ether3 interfaces a made address pools x.x.10.2 - 254 and x.x.20.2 - 254. I ...
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When I change the subnet for the LAN interface on a Sonicwall firewall the WAN interfaces go haywire. What should I do?

Our company's old subnet was 255.255.255.0. To adjust for growth we decided to implement a 255.255.248 subnet. Upon changing this in our Sonicwall's LAN interface, our WAN connections quit working ...
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What is the diference between IP subnet mask 255.255.254 .0 … or 255.255.255.0? [closed]

What is the diference between IP subnet mask 255.255.254.0 and 255.255.255.0?
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Connecting two home routers and change to IP addresses

Netgear Cable Modem Router Connected to Internet IP 192.168.0.1 DHCP is ON D-Link Router This is my wireless router IP 192.168.100.0 DHCO is OFF I want to use the D-Link router as my primary router ...
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Subnetting Difficulty

Taking the following example shown in the first image, why has my teacher has assigned in the solution (image 2) for network one (N1): 7+2 hosts? Shouldn't it be 6+2 since the number of hosts in ...
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iptables on openwrt router: logging connections to a host from clients on the same subnet

I am trying to setup an auto wake-on-lan setup using my router that is running OpenWRT 14.07, Barrier Breaker. My idea is that the router monitors any connection attempts to the host I want to wake up ...
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Accessing ISP subnet resources?

This is my first question here so I don't know if I would supply all the relevant and required information. The situation: I have IPTV and Internet from the same provider. I managed to get the links ...
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Is there any reason to subnet a home network?

For networks I understand we set a netmask on each computer to let it know what IPs it can talk to without going through the router - IPs on the same subnet can talk directly to each other and do not ...
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How to link two routers LAN to WAN

My former modem was replaced by a all-in-one modem/router (10.1.9.1/24) after a speed upgrade. I still have my DD-WRT router (10.1.10.1/24), which I want to be my main router, i. e. as DHCP server, ...
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Why need subnet when public IP available?

I am just entering into CCNA and there is a subtle concept of subnetting that is not going through my mind. My issue is when we have a private IP address, why can't that do the job - why do we have ...
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Why is ip address listed as 172.18.0.150/24?

Why is IP Address listed with this notation 172.18.0.150/24? I mean the ip is 172.18.0.150 only why it haves /24?, and then whatever what subnet that is on should be someone else's worries, no? 3: ...
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“Destination port unreachable” when pinging computer in another subnet

In my home network, I connect to the Internet through a router (192.168.1.1). I also have another router (192.168.1.15, 192.168.2.1), this one using OpenWRT, configured as a wireless client. One of my ...
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192.168.x.x with Subnet 255.255.0.0, would like to link with 192.168.2.x with subnet 255.255.255.0 [closed]

Is it possible to connect these two networks together, without changing the subnet? For example by putting a router in between. Network A IP :192.168.x.X Sub :255.255.0.0 Network B IP : ...
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How do I get a /23 subnet mask from 172.16.0.0 /21 network address?

I have 172.16.0.0/21 and my mask is 255.255.248.0 which gives me an IP range from 172.16.0.0 to 172.16.7.255 255.255.248.0 11111111.11111111.11111000.00000000 Network------------------------Host ...
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Clients from multiple subnets can't simultaneously connect to server

I have setup servers for several games in the past where either players from outside my local network could join, or players from within my local network could join, but not both at the same time. ...
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Point of subnets

This page gives two options for if you have more than 254 hosts, get another IP range or use subnets. But if you've got an IP address range which lets you have more than 254 hosts, why not just keep ...
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Networking, Creating subnets

Am having trouble trying to create a small network for my office. I have two Asus RT-N12 wireless routers, internet connection from an ADSL modem, Windows server 2012r2 which I want to be my domain ...
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Does a typical home router support classless IP address?

All typical home routers I know of allow us to set a custom subnet mask, and because of this, I am really curious about whether they support the use of classless addressing scheme, meaning that in the ...
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Wirelessly “bridge” two subnets when in range of one another

Scenario: Subnet 1: Basic Home/Office setup with broadband internet, router, and a couple of computers. Subnet 2: Mobile trailer with a couple of computers and a router. Sometimes its in the ...
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On boot, how can I switch to a static IP based on a gateway IP provided by DHCP?

I have a "headless" *NIX host -- let's call it 'foo' -- that is to be accessible via SSH and VNC-tunneled-over-SSH on an arbitrary 192.168.x.y/24 private LAN. Sometimes, I want to physically move ...
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Router not allowed by landlord

I moved in to a student apartment building in Germany, and one of the rules on the list is that I cannot plug in a router to the network ports in the wall. I asked about this rule, and apparently ...
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Make Linux Notebook Act Like a Network Hub

I've been looking for a solution for this quite a while and I think that I am exactly as clueless as before. So I figured why not ask people who really know about this stuff... I'm trying to connect ...
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Configuring VLANs/IP network for security and performance

My networking level of understanding is still beginner, so bear with me. I have several Ubiquiti products - USG (router), USW (switch), and UAP-AC (wap) installed in my home. I want to create ...
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Two subnets block traffic between them but allow internet

I have 192.168.1.1/24 network that has a switch and several access points .There is a adsl modem at 192.168.1.1 . I want to add a new network 192.168.2.1/24 with its own access point and switch. so ...
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How can you calculate IP address subnet ranges?

If you're given: Number of needed subnets: 2 Network Address: 195.223.50.0 I can answer the following: Address Class: C Default Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0 Custom Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.192 ...
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What is the difference between a subnet mask and a netmask?

Is there any logic in using two different names for determining host ID and net ID? For example, if you type print route in a Command Prompt you get things with netmask, but the IPv4 settings seems ...
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Tool to group a list of IP addresses into IP ranges

I look after a website that is currently being flooded with HTTP requests from different IP addresses but all using the same user agent string I've grepped the log file and now have a file with all ...
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IPV6 at home: my ISP delegates me a static IPV6 /56 subnet, how can I set up an IP scheme & DHCP6 for my network?

My network looks like this: (Cable Modem/Router) <-> (PfSense Router) <-> (Internal Hosts) The IP (changed for security) of my cable modem is: IPv6 Address ...
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Trouble With Network - Apple Time Capsule & Cisco SG-300-10P

How can I setup my network to allow access to devices connected to the Cisco SG300-10P switch from my Apple Time Capsule? My current network setup Comcast Modem / Router --> Cisco SG300-10P ...
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How to allow only subnet for port with iptables

What i am trying to do is to DROP any packets to specific UDP port, except those one from my secured subnet 10.8.0.0/24. iptables -t nat -A --src 10.8.0.0/24 -p udp --destination-port 63210 -j ACCEPT ...
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Question about subnetting with switch

I have a setup which includes desktop pc, server pc(would also act as router), raspberry pi and ethernet switch (and possibly other devices if I get new switch). I would like to know if this ...
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I can ping computer on a another subnet but not vice versa

So I got two routers in my house one wireless(192.168.0.1) and another wired(192.168.20.1), I got my laptop(192.168.0.101) hooked up to my wireless router and my desktop(192.168.20.5) on wired router. ...
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Using DNS to forward to a specific local address and port?

Im running a server on a local address, a raspberry pi at x.x.x.111:64738. I own a domain, mydomain.nu. I want to create a subdomain (the hosting provides a cPanel interface) and forward it to my ...
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IP subnet /17 for latter range (x.x.128.0 - x.x.255.255)

This site shows 115.93.0.0/17 has the range of 115.93.0.0 - 115.93.127.255 I'd like to setup firewall range of 115.93.128.0 - 115.93.255.255. how can I say it with subnet? my firewall console only ...
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Create a subnet with 2 FritzBox

I want to create a network split in a Main network (192.168.111.0/24) and a Subnet (192.168.100.0/24). In my Main Network I have a FritzBox 3370 WLAN, as a Router, that is connected to the Inertnet. ...
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Different subnet for different device types

I have noticed a certain pattern in a wireless network. It goes something like this: All mobile devices (Android and iOS) take the subnet 10.8.5.x. All laptops (Windows and Linux) take the subnet ...
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How do I know if two machines are on same LAN?

I am very poor with Computer Networks, even though I took class in my grad school. I keep forgetting about subnets and masks and what not! Currently, I am playing with Docker and Erlang and was ...
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how to calculate network address of an IP with subnet mask 202.145.90.7/20? [duplicate]

how to calculate network address of an IP with subnet mask 202.145.90.7/20? How many hosts can be there?
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Communicating with devices on a different subnet

Let me start this off by saying that I am very new to how IP Address / Subnet Addresses work, and networking in general. This stuff is generally mystifying, and I've had a hard time understanding ...
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How can I find any domain name that resolves to IP within a given net range?

For example, given the range: 172.128.0.0 - 172.191.255.255 I need to find some domain that resolves to an IP-adress within the range. Is it possible ? I'm using a Linux system.
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Ping all machines using the same software [closed]

I want to make a software that can make connections to other computers that use the same software. (within a subnetwork) But I am stuck on how to make such a software that can ping its subnetwork and ...
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What is a “local” subnetwork [closed]

I understand that subnetwork, or subnet, represents all machines that belong to the same local area network (LAN). But I don't understand what it means by a local subnetwork. Can someone explain this ...
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OpenVPN: Route only specific subnetwork through vpn - works for single IP adresses

I was trying to route only specific subnet/single through open vpn. I have read several questions like this on superuser, and even found good answer to my question. So I am now able to route single ...
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Network Config (Alcatel GPON (I-241W-S) & TPLink TL WR1043ND)

I have a fibre to home internet solution configured at my place, the Alcatel GPON receives the fibre cable and a LAN cable is fed from it to the TP Link router where the ppoe connection is etablished ...