## What is the subnet mask using 24 bits?

A class C network would have a subnet mask of 255.255. 255.0 which means that 24 bits are used for the network.

**What is a 24 bit network?**

2.0/24”, the number “24” refers to how many bits are contained in the network. As all IPv4 networks have 32 bits, and each “section” of the address denoted by the decimal points contains eight bits, “192.0. 2.0/24” leaves eight bits to contain host addresses. This is enough space for 256 host addresses.

**What is a 0 24 subnet?**

24 indicates that the first 24 bits of the address are masked (255.255.255.0). a /16 would translate into 255.255.0.0. Here is some more information you can refer to: Guide | Introduction to IP Addressing. Guide | CIDR and Subnetting.

### How many 24 networks are in a 16?

16 represents a private address. 24 means that this address was split into 256 network pieces.

**What is the difference between a 16-bit and 24-bit Red Book CD?**

So a 16-bit 44.1KHz Red Book CD has 28,901,376 sampling points each second (44,100 x 65,536). And a 24-bit 192KHz recording has 32,212,254,000,000 sampling points each second (192,000 x 16,777,216). This means 24-bit 192KHz recordings have over 111,455 times the theoretical resolution of a 16-bit 44.1KHz recording. No small difference.

**What is the difference between 16-bit and 24-bit audio?**

The volume levels are then quantised into 16-bit quantities, which can represent 65,536 discrete values for the loudness. 24-bit audio is often sampled at 96kHz or 192kHz; those 24 bits can represent 16.7m discrete loudness values.

## Do all CD’s have 24/96 on them?

If a CD has ever been released with 24/96, then it is a data disc containing actual 24/96 digital files instead of a standard optical compact disc that does not contain digital files on it. Anyway… If you look at what that link actually says, it says “All tracks 96K/24-bit remastered.”

**What is the difference between 16-bit 96kHz and 24-bit 192kHz?**

And a 20-bit 96KHz recording has 1,006,632,900 potential sampling points each second (96,000 x 1,048,576). This means 20-bit 96KHz recordings have roughly 33 times the resolution of a 16-bit 44.1KHz recording and a 24-bit 192KHz recording has roughly 256 time the resolution of a 16-bit 44.1KHz recording.