# ITM 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Broadcast Address, Mahatma Gandhi

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14 Dec 2017

School

Department

Course

Professor

ITM 301 (Fall 2017)

GROUP PROJECT: IPv4 Network Design

By: Nurul Huda

Group Number: xxx

Group Member information

Name Student ID

1. Jesse Pearsall 500 403 074

2. Parth Ghandi 500 453 423

3. Uwais Patel 500 772 337

In the file, please replace xxx with appropriate/calculated values.

In place of g in scenario 1, you need to use your group number.

(g MOD 8) is the integer remainder when you divide g with 8. For example, (25 MOD 8)=1

and (10 MOD 8)=2 and (8 MOD 8)=0 and (5 MOD 8)=5 and (2 MOD 8)=2;

Scenario 1A (3 points):

You are given the following network information of a small office network.

The 4th octet of the following subnet mask in binary should have (g MOD 6) number of 1s and the rest of the

bits of the octet should be 0’s. For example, if g=3, the last octet of the subnet mask should be 11100000=224.

If g=2, the last octet of the subnet mask should be 11000000=192. If g= 15 then (15 MOD 6)=3, thus the last

octet of the subnet mask should be 11100000=224.

How to calculate Calculated Value for your group

Network address: (191+g).(200-g).g.0 217.174.26.0

Subnet mask: 255.255.255.xxx 255.255.0.0 (Class C)

1. How many bits are network bits and how many bits are host bits for the above

calculated network address and subnet mask?

Number of Network bits:

Number of Host bits:

2. How many hosts can you have in the network? Show how you got the answer.

Number of Subnets:

Number of Hosts:

3. What is the network address and broadcast address for your network?

Network Address:

Broadcast Address:

Scenario 1B (3 points):

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