In comp.sys.sun.admin email@example.com (Soonam Kahng) wrote:
>Thank you many people who send to me the answer.
>I really now can figure out what I should do.
The two replies you post seem to contradict each other.
firstname.lastname@example.org (Patrick Wolfe) says that if you use 2+6, i.e. 2 bits
dedicated to subnet address and 6 bits dedicated to host address (of the
last octet of your class C network),
then you get *4* subnets with 62 usable host addresses each.
Thomas Wong (email@example.com) says that if you use 2+6,
then you get *3* subnets with 62 usable host addresses each.
-- John R. Ruckstuhl firstname.lastname@example.org
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