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    Default 70-291 Self paced book pg 2-50

    Hi all,

    Help me out here...
    The exercise I'm doing has me baffled. I'm calculating the # of subnets and the # of available hosts per subnet.

    I do understand this:
    The original block address is 207.209.68.0 /27
    The internally configured subnet mask is 255.255.255.240 (/2

    Then

    The # of available subnets is 2
    The number of available hosts per subnet is 14

    Now this is the one that gets me;
    The original block address is 208.147.66.0 /25
    The internally configured subnet mask is 255.255.255.248 (/29)

    My thoughts were the # of subnets was 16, and the # of hosts per subnet was 6. But the book says its supposed to be 8 subnets? Why?
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    http://www.techexams.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=16824

    Take a look at that thread, I had similar issues!
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