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# 11 Review of IP Addressing and Routing

## Click to edit Master subtitle Khan By Muhammad Asghar style

Reference: CCENT/CCNA ICND1 Official Exam Certification Guide By Wendell Odom

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Public IP

IP

Routing

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is also called logical or network layer addressing address consists of a 32-bit number and can be represented in decimal or binary notation
Decimal: 192.168.0.1 11000000 . 10101000 . 00000000 .

IP

Binary: 00000001
The Set
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range in each decimal number is b/w 0 and 255 of consecutive addresses grouped together is called an IP Networks using the IP address is called an IP
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Device

IP

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## address has two main parts:

Part: Identifies the number of networks

Network Host

Size

## IP Address (192.16 8.0.1) Host Portion (1)

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of the network and host part is determined by the class or group of an IP address
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IP

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defines five different network classes

IP

Multicast

Experimental

Unicast
These Class

## 1.0.0.0 --------- 126.0.0.0 55 www.asghars.blogspot.com 11/19/12

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The network part is 1 byte while the remaining 3 bytes represent the host with in the class A network

## NNNNNNNN . HHHHHHHH . HHHHHHHH . HHHHHHHH

Note; the first octet starts with 1 instead of 0, because originally 0.0.0.0 was reserved as broadcast address, but not used now a days

Class

## 128.1.0.0 --------- 191.254.0.0

Here, both the network and host parts are 2 bytes each

## NNNNNNNN . NNNNNNNN . HHHHHHHH . HHHHHHHH

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Class

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## 192.0.1.0 --------- 223.255.254.0

The network part is 3 bytes long while the 1 byte represent the host part

Multicast
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Experimental
Experimental Class

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## 240.0.0.0 --------- 254.255.255.255

Public
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ICANN and its member organizations manage the process of assigning IP network numbers, or even smaller ranges of IP addresses, to companies that want to connect to the Internet
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Public While

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addresses are the addresses that are usable on the Internet and internal networks addresses that are used on internal or private networks are called private IP addresses addresses does not need to be register with ICANN addresses are not routable on the Internet are the ranges for private addresses :
A: 10.16.0.0 --- 10.255.255.255 B: 172.16.0.0 --- 172.31.255.255 C: 192.168.0.0 --- 192.168.255.255
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Private Private

Following
Class Class Class

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The

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NAT enabled router is used to access the Internet with private addresses

IP

Version 6
defines many improvements over IPv4

IPv6 The

primary goal of IPv6 is to significantly increase the number of available IP addresses uses a 128-bit IP address 128-bit address structure provides well over 1038 possible IP addresses IP Version 5 was defined for experimental reasons but was never deployed
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IPv6 A

Note,

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large service providers have migrated to IPv6 to support the large number of mobile devices that can connect to the Internet, and the U.S. government has mandated migration to IPv6 for its member agencies 128-bit IPv6 address is written in hexadecimal notation, with colons between each quartet of symbols also allows for abbreviations, as is shown in Table

The

IPv6

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IP Routing
IP

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routing presumes the structure of IP subnetting, in which ranges of consecutive IP addresses reside in a single subnet routers routing table use the subnet numbers & corresponding subnet masks for routing subnet number & subnet mask router find the range of consecutive IP addresses in the subnet

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