I am trying to find exact formula for finding the IP ranges for the below sample input
I am getting different IP count in different portals. I used the below online IP range calculator. http://www.gregthatcher.com/Papers/IT/SubnetCalculator.aspx
Subnet Mask is: 255.255.255.240
It shows the result as 14
But in my Azure portal Address count shows 16.
I have created 5 VMs and one load balancer (5+1=6), then run the below powershell command to find free IPs.
(Test-AzureStaticVNetIP -VNetName “XYZS”-IPAddress 10.144.26.192).AvailableAddresses
It shows only 5 available IPs!! Which is right compared to Azure.
So where is rest of the free IPs? or what is standard to calculate IP/subnet ranges?
What should be my value for X to get 3 subnets each with 10+ IPs