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Ip Address

TOPIC:IP ADDRESS AUTHOR-Rameshwar Prasad Srivastava MS ( Cyber Law & Information Security) Indian Institute of Information Technology ,Allahabad The address of a computer on the Internet is commonly referred to as the IP Address (Internet Protocol). It's a 32 bit (4 bytes) number normally written as follows: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Since a byte can represent any number from zero to 255, the least and the maximum IP address possible are: to Understanding...

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in TCP/IP At first glance, TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol) may seem baffling. Many other protocols, such as NetBEUI and IPX/SPX, require no configuration. TCP/IP is different. Due to the seemingly endless number of options that you can configure within TCP/IP, many people become intimidated at first. In reality, however, TCP/IP isn't very difficult, but you have to gain some understanding of what you're configuring. So, I'm going to give you a crash course in TCP/IP. Although...

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Ip Addresses

B. Espina COMNETS BT602E Jan. 7, 2013 1) Define IP Address. IP (Internet Protocol) Address is a numerical label assigned to each device participating in the computer network that uses the internet protocol for communication. An IP Address serves two principal functions: host or network interface identification and location addressing. The designers of the internet protocol defined an IP address as a 32-bit number and this system, known as Internet Protocol Version 4 is...

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TCP/IP LAN Checkpoint Questions

Questions 1. An IPv6 address is made up of how many bits? An IPv6 address is made up of 128 bits. 2. The subnet mask of an IP address does which of the following? The subnet mask defines network and host portions of an IP address. 3. If a protocol is routable, which TCP/IP layer does it operate at? A routable protocol operates at the Internetwork layer of TCP/IP. 4. Which of the following is a private IP address and can’t be routed across the Internet? The IP address falls...

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Protocol for Packet Network Interconnection" which was not published until 1974. In 1974, Vinton Cerf teamed up with Yogen Dalal, and Carl Sunshine (both Stanford graduate students) to create a document that described, in detail, the workings of TCP/IP. Through 1975 and 1976, improvements were made to the transmission control protocol and in 1977, Vint Cerf released " TCP Version 2 Specification."(The next generation of transmission control protocol, updated and improved.) 1977 was also the year in...

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IP addressing scenario

IP Addressing Scenario According to the scenario, the company will have a single, physical location with approximately145 hosts on the network. In this case, I would suggest using a class C address such as Reason why is because you can put all the devices on a single subnet with the subnet mask This would allow for 253 usable host addresses, which is more than needed in this case. Whether you should dynamically or statically assign those IP’s goes, I suggest...

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Checkpoint Tcp/Ip Plan

CheckPoint TCP/IP LAN Plan 1, 2, 4, 11, 14, 15, 16, & 20 1. An IPv6 address is made up of how many bits? d. 128 IPv6 uses 128-bit hexadecimal addresses and has built-in security and QoS features. An IPv6 address is 128 bits rather than the 32 bits in an IPv4 address. This length increases the number of possible addresses from about 4 billion in IPv4 to 3.4 x 1038 addresses (that’s 34 followed by 37 zeros!) in IPv6. Unless IP addresses are assigned to every star in the universe,...

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Tcip and Ip Protocols

popularity of TCP/IP? The factors that account for the success and popularity of TCP/IP are integrated addressing system, design for routing, underlying network independence, scalability, open standards and development process, and university. TCP/IP includes within it a system for identifying and addressing devices on both small and large networks. Unlike some network layer protocols, TCP/IP is specifically designed to facilitate the routing of info over a network of arbitrary complexity. TCP/IP operates...

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Ip Addressing Scenario

IP addresses consist of numbers that are 32 bits long (in binary), have 4 octets (bits of 8) and use the decimal dot notation. IP addresses are comprised of two components: the network ID and the host ID. For example: In a class C network: Network ID Host ID (16-bit block) (8-bit block) DNS (domain name system) is used with IP addresses. DNS converts domain names and websites to IP addresses, which a computer can read. The computer remembers the IP address...

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 NT 1210 May 23, 2013 In order to properly address the Infrastructure upgrade of the Kamazon Network our group decided that an appropriate ip address schema that will take into account the idea that people will be using more than just a desktop computer. They will have tablets, laptops, departmental printers, and smart phones. This is also based upon the understanding that every Department will have at least two printers for the staff and one for the Manager/Supervisor...

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