Chapter 16 - IP Protocol Addresses

Last modified: Mon Feb 08 07:07:19 1999

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1 Motivation
2 TCP/IP addresses
3 IP address hierarchy
4 Network and host numbers
5 Porperties of IP addresses
6 Designing the format of IP addresses
7 Classes of addresses
8 Using IP address classes
9 Dotted decimal notation
10 NYU's IP addresses
11 Address classes at a glance
12 Networks and hosts in each class
13 Internet address allocation
14 Example
15 Special IP addresses
16 Berkeley broadcast address
17 Routers and IP addressing
18 Multi-homed hosts
19 Summary


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Motivation


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TCP/IP addresses


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IP address hierarchy


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Network and host numbers


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Porperties of IP addresses


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Designing the format of IP addresses


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Classes of addresses




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Using IP address classes


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Dotted decimal notation




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NYU's IP addresses

 

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Address classes at a glance




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Networks and hosts in each class




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Internet address allocation

 

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Example




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Special IP addresses




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Berkeley broadcast address

``There are two major developments that have come out of Berkeley: BSD UNIX and LSD. This is not a coincidence.''

- Anon.


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Routers and IP addressing




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Multi-homed hosts


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Summary


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