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Q2. You are asked to evolve a TCP/IP addressing scheme for your Organization. How many network numbers (subnet IDsr) must you allow when you design the network for your organization? [Select 2 best answers]

A. One subnet for each Host

B. One for each subnet

C. One for each network card

D. One for each WAN connection

  Correct Answer: B, D

 

Explanation:

You need to assign a different network number for each subnet. Also, you need to set aside one network number for each WAN connection.

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