Hi guys! can one use class c addressing to set up LAN?

Re: Setting up LAN 80 80

Classes are really a thing of the past. Today's IP hosts do not depend on the class but do depend on subnet masks in order to make routing decisions.

Within your LAN, you should be planning to use a private IP range. Most people that have the need for less than 254 hosts will pick a subnet in the 192.168.x.x range with a /24 mask (255.255.255.0).

Re: Setting up LAN 80 80

i want to know to configure a network

Re: Setting up LAN 80 80

what is networking

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