IP Sub-Networking Mini-Howto
v1.1, 30 August 2001
This document describes why and how to subnetwork an IP network - that is using a single A, B or C Class network number to function correctly on several interconnected networks.
2.1 Other sources of information
The Anatomy of IP numbers
3.1 IP numbers belong to Interfaces -
3.2 IP Numbers as "Dotted Quads"
3.3 Classes of IP Networks
3.4 Network numbers, interface addresses and broadcast addresses
3.5 The network mask
What are subnets?
How to subnetwork a IP network number
6.1 Setting up the physical connectivity
6.2 Subnetwork sizing
6.3 Calculating the subnetwork mask and network numbers
7.1 The routing tables
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