The netmask for each should be their respective Class C netmasks or
A Class B (the later above) netmask, would be that 207.240.x.x is all
is NOT the case.
You need to have a machine (Like a Cisco router) as your default router
on each subnet
and machines will go THROUGH the router to get between subnets (unless
an IP address in each subnet.
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