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What do you mean By IP address and how we can define?

What you mean by an ip address and how we can analyse ip adress in detail.

Asked On2017-05-16 18:01:52 by:arunwebber

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An IP address is 32 bits in length. To make the address easier to read, it is divided into four sections of 8 bits each divided by a period. Each section is therefore, 1 byte (also called octet) long. To further make it easier to read and remember, the binary numbers are converted to decimal. For example, an IP address such as 11000000100000000000110000000001 is divided to make it 11000000.10000000.00001100.00000001. When this address is converted to decimal, it will become This format of IP address is called the dotted decimal format.

Ip adress is divided in to four catagory

1.) This is a Class A address because the first octet lies in 1-126 range. 9 is the network part while 140.2.87 is the host part because class A addresses have a format.

2. ) This is a Class B address because the first octet lies in 128-191 range. 172.30 is the network part while 4.190 is the host part because class B addresses have a format.

3. ) This is a Class C address because the first octet lies in the 192-223 range. 194.144.5 is the network part while 10 is the host part because class C addresses have a format.

4. ) This is again a class A address with 45 being the network part and 22.187.1 being the host part.

Answerd on:2014-11-30 Answerd By:neenu2

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