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# Subnet Question

Timmy Tooolipps
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 12-13-2003
I don't understand how 255 numbers seperated by little
tiny dots translates into bits and 1 and 0's.

Can someone help me better understand how to distinguish
the

Ken Briscoe
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 12-13-2003
> I don't understand how 255 numbers seperated by little
> tiny dots translates into bits and 1 and 0's.
>
> Can someone help me better understand how to distinguish
> the

Excellent question.
Glad you have a sense of humor.
try www.learntosubne

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Michael
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 12-13-2003
There are 8 bits that can make 256 (0-255) unique arrangements of 1's and
0's.

"Timmy Tooolipps" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> I don't understand how 255 numbers seperated by little
> tiny dots translates into bits and 1 and 0's.
>
> Can someone help me better understand how to distinguish
> the

Jose
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 12-13-2003
that means each . seperates an 8 bit no (bin)...BINARY if u sitll aint got
it
ie. 255.0.0.0 = 11111 11111 .00000 0000. & 16 0s + a dot in between ...I've
a couple of rums in me so thats the best i can do tonite...
jose
"Michael" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> There are 8 bits that can make 256 (0-255) unique arrangements of 1's and
> 0's.
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> "Timmy Tooolipps" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> > I don't understand how 255 numbers seperated by little
> > tiny dots translates into bits and 1 and 0's.
> >
> > Can someone help me better understand how to distinguish
> > the

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Kline Sphere
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 12-13-2003
>Glad you have a sense of humor.

I guess that's a must, working in the fast food industry

matiz
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 12-13-2003

128 64 32 16 8 4 2 1
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

8 bits = 1 byte well 1 octet

IP address is 32 bits (4 bytes)

11111111 = 255
11111110 = 254

Binary: each bit represents a decimal no. see top.

Have a look at cisco.com they explain IP addressing alot better tha
MS,
There are 10 kind of people in the world. Those that speak binary an
those that don't

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 12-14-2003

>-----Original Message-----
>I don't understand how 255 numbers seperated by little
>tiny dots translates into bits and 1 and 0's.

http://www.capital.net/~wilwol/cert/subnetting.htm

>Can someone help me better understand how to distinguish
>the
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Consultant
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 12-15-2003
would you like to supersize those fries for 39 cents more?

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> I guess that's a must, working in the fast food industry

Stu
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 12-15-2003
Remember this: Computers only 'talk' in 1's and 0's --
binary.

of binary numbers.

255 is the binary equalivant of 11111111.

A subnet mask tells the router/computer which part of the

255.255.255.0 = 11111111.11111111.1111111.00000000

The 1's are the network "bits" and the 0's are the
host "bits".

>-----Original Message-----
>I don't understand how 255 numbers seperated by little
>tiny dots translates into bits and 1 and 0's.
>
>Can someone help me better understand how to distinguish
>the
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Laura A. Robinson
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 12-15-2003
http://www.velocityreviews.com/forums/(E-Mail Removed) says...
> I don't understand how 255 numbers seperated by little
> tiny dots translates into bits and 1 and 0's.
>
> Can someone help me better understand how to distinguish
> the
>

Are you trolling, or are you seriously asking this question?

Laura