How many IP addresses does a network with a netmask of /24 have?

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We’re going to figure out how to solve this very common interview question.

The first question I get when I ask people this question is:

What’s a netmask?

A netmask is a 32-bit binary mask used to divide an IP address into subnets and specify the number of hosts available on the network. Essentially they…

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I write and sell software ex: @auth0, @onelogin, @cisco, @stanfordGSE

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