I have a Networking test in about 6 hours and I lost my notes on the subject matter and can't recall what the acronym was! Here's the problem case:
Given the address 18.104.22.168/27 find the following subnets and appropriate 'subsubnets' (what's that called as well).
The graphic then goes on to show a diagram of many routers all connected and some routers have a switch connected with a number like 6000h meaning 6000 hosts. My task is to find the SUBsubnet that is needed to accomodate the ammount of hosts without wasting any IP addresses.
The thing I remember is that SUBsubnets have a different subnet mask '/28, /30' than the base father mask.
There is also the matter of connectivity, I have to make sure the entire network can ping whereever. They gave a class on the subject, but again, I can't remember the acronym. I think it was CDLRP or something like that. We're using Cisco's Packet Tracer, so any commands related to this would be great. Basically it's like this:
I hope all of this is making sense to you guys. Any help would be appreciated and some links to tutorials so I can brush up on them before the test.