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 IP Addressing for Mountain Sky School  |  Static IP Addresses  |  Dynamic IP addresses (DHCP)
 


DETAILS ABOUT STATIC IP ADDRESSES FROM MOUNTAIN SKY SCHOOL

  - Static IP addresses will be used for all the enterprise servers (E-mail/DNS server, Application server, Library server) and Administrative server logically segmented on MDF Switch on VLAN1; these servers need to have static IP addresses as they must be available all the time, especially Application server, and it makes no sense to use DHCP for them as network traffic (broadcasts) would give us network delays from computers and other servers looking for a certain server IP address.
  - Static IP addresses will also be used for teachers and administration computers; although these computers might use DHCP to obtain their IP addresses, we use static IPs for security reasons. Especially for administration computers, it is important to know where is located a certain computer that connects to Administrative server. Also teachers' computers should have static IPs to easily locate any one of them

  - Here's a detailed IP scheme for static addresses:

      - For BUILDING A WEST:

Room number

IP address

Room number

IP address

1001

10.64.0.1

1013

10.64.0.13

1002

10.64.0.2

1014

10.64.0.14

1003

10.64.0.3

1015

10.64.0.15

1004

10.64.0.4

1016

10.64.0.16

1005

10.64.0.5

1017

10.64.0.17

1006

10.64.0.6

1018

10.64.0.18

1007

10.64.0.7

1019

10.64.0.19

1008

10.64.0.8

1020

10.64.0.20

1009

10.64.0.9

1021

10.64.0.21

1010
(IDF1 switch )

10.64.0.10

1022

10.64.0.22

1011

10.64.0.11

1023

10.64.0.23

1012

10.64.0.12

A1

10.64.0.24

 

A2

10.64.0.25

      - For BUILDING A EAST:

Room number
or server

IP address

Room number

IP address

E-mail/DNS server

10.32.0.1

1103

10.64.0.33

Application server

10.32.0.2

1104

10.64.0.34

Library server

10.32.0.3

1105

10.64.0.35

Administrative server

10.32.0.4

1106

10.64.0.36

DHCP server

192.168.188.2

1107

10.64.0.37

MDF switch
1100

10.64.0.29
10.64.0.30

1108

10.64.0.38

1101

10.64.0.31

1109

10.64.0.39

1102

10.64.0.32

1110

10.64.0.40

      - For MULTIPURPOSE BUILDING AND PORTABLE CLASSROOMS

Room

IP address

Room

IP address

1200

10.64.0.41

P1

10.64.0.47

1201
(IDF2 switch)

10.64.0.42

P2

10.64.0.48

1202

10.64.0.43

P3

10.64.0.49

1203

10.64.0.44

P4

10.64.0.50

1204

10.64.0.45

P5

10.64.0.51

1205

10.64.0.46

P6

10.64.0.52

  - For all the static IP addresses a class A 10.0.0.0 addressing is used, subnetted into 6 usable subnets: 10.32.0.0, 10.64.0.0, 10.96.0.0, 10.128.0.0, 10.160.0.0 and 10.192.0.0. From these 6 subnetworks we will use only 2 subnets: 10.32.0.0 and 10.64.0.0, subnet mask 255.224.0.0 (/11).
  - Subnetwork 10.32.0.0 is used for enterprise and administrative servers, while subnetwork 10.64.0.0 is used for teachers and staff computers

 

 

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