You enter the following command

setinte8mip1.1.8.32 host 10.1.10.32netmask255.255.255.248

How many MIP address translations have you just configured?

A.

1

B.

6

C.

8

D.

30

E.

32

Explanation:This question requires a bit ofsubnetting. An excellent resource to learn this is http://www.learntosubnet.com.

Now the part we have to look into is thesubnetmask255.255.255.248. Thesubnetmaskdefines which hosts are in the same subnet or not. In this case we look at 248. First we must convert this decimal number do the binary format. 248 decimalis :11111000 in binary. As you can see the first 5 bits are1’s ,so we have 3 bits left for our hosts. So we can 000 till 111 for our hosts.Lets convert that back to decimal 000 = 0 and 111 = 7 in decimal format. In this scenario we count from 0 to 7 so that will be 8 hosts.

networkmanagerssays:C

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