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IP Address and Classes Exercise

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208.34.54.12 (What is the class of this address?)
Class C
238.32.4.1 (What is the class of this address?)
Class D
114.34.2.8 (What is the class of this address?)
Class A
129.14.6.8 (What is the class of this address?)
Class B
What is the range of class A?
0-127
What is the range of class B?
128-191
what is the range of class C?
192-223
What is the range of class D?
224-239
What is the range of class E?
240-255
Network administrators interpret an IP address in two parts. What are they?
netid and hostid
Which classes are defined for universal unicast addressing?
Classes A, B, and C
In class A, the netid consists of ____ bit(s) and the hostid consists of ___ bit(s).
1 , 3
In class B, the netid consists of ____ bit(s) and the hostid consists of ___ bit(s).
2 , 2
In class C, the netid consists of ___ bit(s) and
the hostid consists of ____ bit(s).
3 , 2
Find the class of the following IP address in Binary notation:
11110111 11110011 10000111 11011101
Class E
Find the class of the following IP address in Binary notation:
10101111 11000000 11110000 00011101
Class B
Find the class of the following IP address in Binary notation:
11011111 10110000 00011111 01011101
Class C
Find the class of the following IP address in Binary notation:
11101111 11110111 11000111 00011101
Class D
A class A address in binary can be identified when...
The first bit is 0. (0XXXXXXX)
A class B address in binary can be identified when...
The first bit is 1 and the second bit is 0. (10XXXXXX)
A class C address in binary can be identified when...
The first 2 bits are 1 and the 3rd bit is 0. (110XXXXX)
A class D address in binary can be identified when...
The first 3 bits are 1 and the fourth bit is 0. (1110XXXX)