Plan the IP addressing as follows:
- Use a private Class B network
- Use the longest (largest /prefix value) for each subnet’s mask that is allowed per these requirements. That is, if /24 works, and /23 works, use /24.
- Support the following number of hosts/subnet:
Subnet 1: 50
Subnet 2: 100
Subnet 3: 300
- Assign the numerically lowest subnet numbers
- Assign the subnets in the order implied in the figure: subnet 1 with the lowest subnet ID, subnet 2 with the next higher subnet ID, and so on.
- Assign the lowest IP address in each subnet to the router
- Assign the highest IP address in each subnet to a PC
1) Complete the following table with the Subnet Mask in both decimal and CIDR notation.
2) Configure the IP addresses, and subnet mask for the router:
3) Provide a table of each device in subnets 1, 2, and 3 and the corresponding IPv4 address.