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  • Kiryl T

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    June 23, 2024 at 8:43 pm

    A company has 1000 on-premises servers running on its data center. The on-premises network has an address space of 10.0.10.0/16.

    on-premise cannot have overlapping IP addresses with your Azure virtual network. No objections here.

    However the next two subnets are marked as valid answer but they are overlapping between themself

    – TDSub1 with an address space of 20.0.10.0/22

    – use 20.0.11.0/26 as your GatewaySubnet

    /24 will be fine but /22 is bigger so it will overlap with the 20.0.11.0/26

    subnets that probably better for this task

    CIDR

    20.0.8.0/22

    CIDR IP Range

    20.0.8.0 – 20.0.11.255

    CIDR

    20.0.12.0/26

    CIDR IP Range

    20.0.12.0 – 20.0.12.63

  • Neil-TutorialsDojo

    Member
    July 2, 2024 at 10:15 am

    Hi Kiryl T,

    Thank you for bringing this to our attention.
    Yes, you are right, they are indeed overlapping within that IP address space. We will do the necessary update for this question the soonest possible.
    Thank you once again for this will help us make our question more accurate.

    Regards,
    neil @tutorials dojo

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