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                                                      IP Addressing

 

 
 

IP Addressing
IP stands for internet protocol. Basically it is a unique identifier
for a computer on the internet. It is numerical address with four
numbers separated with dots and the format of an IP address is
a 32-bit.Each number can be start from 0 and ends with 255.
For example IP address looks like this: 131.200.1.1
Every computer on the internet using unique IP address and this
IP address can be static and dynamic. A server has a static
IP address that does not change. When a computer dialing
internet through modem then that computer has a IP address
that is assigned by the local ISP. Your local ISP assigned you
unique IP address for each session and it may be different each time.
You can connect to any server using this IP address.
if you simply type http://131.200.1.1 and arrive at the machine
that contains the Web Server for the specified IP address.
TCP/IP is divided into 3 usable classes and 2 experimental clas
ses. Class A, B, C are usable classes and D, E are experimental classes.
We can not use experimental classes in network.
Classes Range
A 1.X.X.X 126.X.X.X
B 128.X.X.X 191.X.X.X
C 192.X.X.X 223.X.X.X
D 224.X.X.X 239.X.X.X
E 240.X.X.X 254.X.X.X
127.X.X.X is used for troubleshooting.
 

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