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

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PC1 does not get the subnet mask of PC2. PC1 has its own IP address and its own subnet mask to determine what is local and what is remote. … If the destination IP address of PC2 is not within the range of PC1 IP addresses that are covered by the network and subnet mask of PC1 then PC1 will know that it needs to send the data to its gateway( …
answered Jun 22 '14 by Adam Loveless