1) Trace the IPv4 address that is in the 49th position within the class of IPv4 addresses that have more number of hosts IPv4 addresses than the number IPv4 network addresses, but it was transformed to /26
a. Is it a valid (host) IPv4 address? YES, or NO (0.5 mark)
b. Prove why you select either YES or NO (1 mark)
2) Given the IPv4 address, original subnet mask, and new subnet mask below: (4 Marks)
Host IP Address: 192.168.100.200
Original Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0
New Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.224
a. What is the Number of Subnet Bits?
b. What is the Number of Subnets Created?
c. What is the Number of Host Bits per Subnet?
d. What is the Number of Hosts per Subnet?
e. What is the Network Address of this Subnet?
f. What is the IPv4 Address of First Host on this Subnet?
g. What is the IPv4 Address of Last Host on this Subnet?