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IP Addressing with VLSM and EIGRP for 4 Routers with 2 Networks on each in CPT, Subnetting Q?

IP Addressing with VLSM and EIGRP for 4 Routers with 2 Networks on each in CPT, Subnetting Q?

IP Addressing with VLSM and EIGRP for 4 Routers with 2 Networks on each in CPT, Subnetting Q?

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Good day, I am doing Cisco Packet Tracer exercises. I have a set of 4 routers, each with 2 lots of hosts attached. My IP Address to begin with is like 172.44.0.0/16 Router one has 2 PC attached, and the first one represents 1 of 200 hosts. The second 100 hosts. Router 2 has one set of 100 and one of 60. Router 3 has 60 and 30, also represented by a PC each in packet tracer. The last Router 14 and 14.

I want to ask about IP addresses, for each host group there is a first such as 172.44.0.1 and a broadcast such as 172.44.0.255. Which gives the subnet mask? What is it?

I have to use VLSM for the IP Addresses.

The task requires EIGRP. How often do I need to use the IP Address and only one or also 172.44.2.223?
How does the input programming go? router eigrp 20 network 172.44.0.0?

Please help me.

RE: IP Addressing with VLSM and EIGRP for 4 Routers with 2 Networks on each in CPT, Subnetting Q?

As for eigrp

Router eigrp 20
network 172.44.0.0

Done

Can you attach a diagram of your network, not quite picturing it.

VLSM is really easy once you get the hang of it.

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