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Consider the topology shown in Figure 4.17. Denote the three subnets withhosts (starting

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Problem P17

Consider the topology shown in Figure 4.17. Denote the three subnets withhosts (starting clockwise at 12:00) as Networks A, B, and C. Denote the subnetswithout hosts as Networks D, E, and F.a. Assign network addresses to each of these six subnets, with the followingconstraints: All addresses must be allocated from 214.97.254/23;Subnet A should have enough addresses to support 250 interfaces; SubnetB should have enough addresses to support 120 interfaces; andSubnet C should have enough addresses to support 120 interfaces. Ofcourse, subnets D, E and F should each be able to support two interfaces.For each subnet, the assignment should take the form a.b.c.d/x ora.b.c.d/x e.f.g.h/y.b. Using your answer to part (a), provide the forwarding tables (using longestprefix matching) for each of the three routers.

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Textbook: Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach
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Author: James F. Kurose, Keith W. Ross
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Consider the topology shown in Figure 4.17. Denote the three subnets withhosts (starting