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    Class "B" network: Examples of IP addresses and subnet mask

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    Let us say we are dealing with a small class "B" network connected to the Internet. What would examples of each of the following be if they all had to be able to agree and communicate with each other?

    a) An example of an IP address of one of the computers.

    b) An example of IP address for the gateway.

    c) An example of a subnet mask for the system in (a).

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    Range of valid class B network IP addresses is to .

    (a) An example of a class B network address of one of the computers :

    (b) An example of ...

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    Answer (c) considers that the example class B network is divided into two same size subnetworks.