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Sites and Services Subnet Precedence?

By richard.beaton ·
If I define a subnet that covers 192.128.0.0 mask 255.255.0.0 is part of a site called Homeoffice

AND have other subnet listed such as 192.128.15.0 25.255.255.0 defined
as a site called myremotesite.

Will 192.128.0.0 have precedence over the one later listed? So that any machine that had an address in the 192.128.15.x subnet still be part of myremotesite?


Thank you

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by vmr In reply to Sites and Services Subne ...

Rich,
Using the IP addresses you listed, I don't think it is possible. The 192.128 range is a class C (255.255.255.0). You can subnet this into two or more subnets and this would work. i.e. use the subnet 255.255.255.192 That woyuld give you two subnets.
192.128.0.64 range 192.128.0.64 -> x.x.x.126
192.128.0.128 range 192.128.0.129 -> x.x.x.190.
The limit is on the amount of hosts on each subnet.
I hope this helped
Mike

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by richard.beaton In reply to Sites and Services Subne ...

I do appreciate your input, and we do utilize subnetting, poor example on my part, but... the original question remains, Is there a specific precedence order with the Sites and Services subnet definition?

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by richard.beaton In reply to Sites and Services Subne ...

Found out the answer in the Lab.

The machines that fall within the x.x.15.x
would in fact be part of the site called myremotesite. NOT Homeoffice :)

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