Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by Homan, Jan 31, 2004.
Broadcast address for the major network mean?
my guess would be the IP adress the rest of the world sees for the particular network
How about more details?
Sounds like a Cisco CCNA test question. Lets see if I can explain this without confusing myself. Take a Class C Network, subnet it. You loose the first and last address of the original Class C, the last is used as a "all-subnets-directed broadcast" (basically a broadcast address that all subnets can see). So the Class C network that your splitting is the Major Network. I think!