IP allocation

We allocate a range of IP addresses (known as a subnet) to customers from the range (known as a supernet) that we have.

A subnet is 1, 2, 4, 8, 16 (all powers of 2) IP’s.

By default, we allocate 8 IP addresses per Self-Managed server; of which 4 are usable.

Subnets are referred to in terms of the part of a class C network (44.2.147.x) that they use.

Example:

/30 = 4 IP addresses [1 usable IP] /29 = 8 IP addresses [4 usable IP’s] /28 = 16 IP addresses [11 usable IP’s] /27 = 32 IP addresses [27 usable IP’s]

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