Subnet

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IPv4 Addressing
IPv4 Addressing

We’ll now concentrate on IPv4 addressing. Though you may be thinking that addressing must be a straightforward topic, hopefully by the end of this section you'll be convinced that Internet addressing is not only a juicy, subtle, and interesting topic but also one that is of central

Tags internet addressing, interface, subnet, cidr, network prefix, classful addressing
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Obtaining a Block of Addresses
Obtaining a Block of Addresses

In order to get a block of IP addresses for use within an organization's subnet, a network administrator might first contact its ISP. which would provide addresses from a larger block of addresses that had already been assigned to the ISP. For instance, the ISP may itself have been

Tags subnet, dhcp discover message, dhcp offer message, dhcp request message
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Network Address Translation (NAT)
Network Address Translation (NAT)

After studying Internet addresses and the IPv4 datagram format, we're now well aware that every IP-capable device requires an IP address. With the proliferation of small office, home office (SOHO) subnets, this would seem to imply that whenever a SOHO wants to install a LAN to

Tags subnet, address space, router, connection reversal, nat traversal
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IPv6
IPv6

In the early 1990s, the Internet Engineering Task Force began an effort to develop a successor to the IPv4 protocol. A prime motivation for this effort was the realization that the 32-bit IP address space was beginning to be used up, with new subnets and IP nodes being attached to

Tags ip address, subnet, anycast address, ip nodes
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Inter-AS Routing: BGP
Inter-AS Routing: BGP

We just studied how ISPs use RIP and OSPF to find out optimal paths for source-destination pairs that are internal to the same AS. Let's now consider how paths are determined for source-destination pairs that span multiple ASs. The Border Gateway Protocol version 4, is the de

Tags bgp peers, subnet, routers, bgp session, autonomous system, peering link, stub network
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