Refer to the exhibit. Host B has just been added to the network and must acquire an IP address.
Which two addresses are possible addresses that will allow host B to communicate with other devices in the network? (Choose two.)
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Can you please explain why ??
subnet mask = 255.255.255.240 ..revert that to the wildcard: 0.0.0.15 ->
0 . 0 . 0.16
15 is the last address for the last network ID. 16 starts a new range – every 16 bits is a new range …. And if you put the wildcard below the IP, the octets where the 0’s are, won’t change. Combine these 2 things to create:
etc.. – We have found our range. Gateway IP = 192.168.10.33 – To communicate with the GW. You need to be in that IP range between .32 and .47 – .32 and .47 are the subnet ID and Broadcast address of this range. And .48 starts a new range
Hope this helps a bit.