If you're setting up a TCP/IP network or already operate one, you've undoubtedly come across the bewildering term "subnet" -- a way to "renumber" host addresses to avoid addressing conflicts on TCP/IP networks. Encounters with the S-word are unavoidable when you configure hosts and workstations for TCP/IP. For example, you're often asked to supply a mystical value called a subnet mask or to specify the number of subnet bits when setting up routers. Sometimes you can get by plugging in ...

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