Scenario- you have been hired to develop a networking plan for a warehouse company. The company has already purchased the equipment necessary to set up the network as shown above, so will need an IPv4 design immediately. You will later to plan for IPv6 to be implemented using the same organizational constraints.
For IPv4 the best address to use is private address because private address has a build in device called NAT, also known as Network Address Translator. NAT translates IP address from a private network address inside the organization, and then the outside traffic used a public IP Address. Now with IPv6 used what unique local addresses which does not allowed device to be access on the network externally. The bad things about this the device cannot be router on the internet. Another good thing is if you want to use IPv4 for one network and used IPV6 for another network you can. This can be done by yours dual IP stack the way it work is that the operating systems support both IPV4 and IPv6 using two separate network stack for each IP.
If all the nodes and server have one interface, how many public IP address must be leased. If you are using IPV4, you will have to use DHCPV4, Provides stateless information to nodes, including the IPv4 addresses of DNS. The DHCPv4 server also provide stateful information to nodes, in the form of a managed IPv4 address. Each node that requests configuration gets one unique address from a pool of IPv4 addresses that it manages. With IPv6 the DHCP assigned dynamic IP Address to allow devices to share limited address space while online.
What is the largest prefix/mask size( in Bits) that will support the stated subnet requirement and device count per subnet for IPV4 used addresses that are 32 bits in length. Each 8-bit field, is represented by a decimal number between 0 and 255, router using IPV4 requires a distinct subnet that it can serve. This is done by using CIDR, which is Classless Inter-Domain...