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    • Mr Me from Ireland 03 27 2011, 6:26 PM Report Spam
      @ cts6288
      CIDR (or supernetting) is for summarising a bunch of contiguous subnets into one large range to make a routing table smaller and easier. What's happening here is just subnetting.

      The /27 subnet mask gives you 32 IP addresses, so the increments have to be in bunches of 32.
      So the address range that 10.4.4.58/27 falls into is from 10.4.4.32 to 10.4.4.63 – answer B.

    • gaga from United States 03 21 2011, 1:38 AM Report Spam
      the .58 with a /27 is an increment of 32 so you start at subnet 0, then 32, then 64, so the .58 lives in subnet 32, network .32, broadcast .63, range is 32-63, usable in that range is 33-62, but the answer is B. 10.4.4.32 10.4.4.63
    • cts6288 from United States 03 10 2011, 3:45 AM Report Spam
      Q294:
      A system administrator sees a firewall rule that applies to 10.4.4.58/27. Which of the following IP address ranges are encompassed by this rule?
      A. 10.4.4.27 10.4.4.58
      B. 10.4.4.32 10.4.4.63
      C. 10.4.4.58 10.4.4.89
      D. 10.4.4.58 10.4.4.127

      Answer I have found to be published as either B or D however wouldn't the correct answer be C? CIDR 27 = 30 starting from x.x.x.58 right?

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