Brida

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  1. thank you! now i got it... so that quote from mark was wrong? ok, that makes sense... thank you really
  2. that's precisely my point!!! what i don't get it is what is a management network? why does Mark says that with a mask 255.255.255.224 the network management is 128.
  3. "I was asked to configure the remaining unconfigured switch with the 1st ip in the management network. Well, the subnetmask was 255.255.255.224 which breaks it down to 32 increments and makes the network of the management subnet 128 which obviously you can't use because it is the network address." -- Mark why why why??? why is the subnet 128 the management subnet?
  4. what is killing me with this simulation is that i can't figure out why you have to determine the subnet. Since the second switch is going to be on vlan 1 (the same vlan as switch 1) why do we have to determine the subnet. it is going to belong in the same subnet as switch 1 and the same default gateway of switch 1 (which is the interface of the router, right?). thanks for your help.