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You need to subnet a network that has five subnets,each with at least 16 hosts.which classful subnet mask would you use?

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224 = 11100000

Your networks would be

This will allow 8 subnets with 30 useable hosts in each.

NOTE: WILL NOT WORK. It will have 16 IPs in each subnet, but remember you only have 14 useable. One will be the network number and the other will be the broadcast IP.

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