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Subnetting a Class B Network


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It's been some time since I last worked with binary and such so I was wondering about the range of address I have on my subnet. My computer's IP Address is set to 172.20.130.105 /23, does that make my range to be from 172.20.130.0 - 172.20.131.255? Thanks!
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172.20.130.0/23 = 172.20.130.0 through 172.20.131.255 [512 IPs]

Edit:pressed the button too fast...used the CIDR calculator at http://www.dnsstuff.com/ .
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Thank you!
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