IP Addressing

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Introducing IP Addresses

• Unique addressing allows communication
between end stations.
• Path choice is based on destination address.
Location is represented by an address
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ICND v2.0—1-2

IP Addressing

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ICND v2.0—1-3

IP Address Classes

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ICND v2.0—1-4

Host Addresses

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ICND v2.0—1-5

Addressing Without Subnets

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ICND v2.0—1-6

Addressing with Subnets

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ICND v2.0—1-7

Subnet Addressing

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ICND v2.0—1-8

Subnet Mask

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ICND v2.0—1-9

Decimal Equivalents of Bit Patterns

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ICND v2.0—1-10

Subnet Mask Without Subnets

• Subnets not in use—the default

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ICND v2.0—1-11

Subnet Mask with Subnets

• Network number extended by eight bits
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ICND v2.0—1-12

Subnet Mask with Subnets (Cont.)

• Network number extended by ten bits
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ICND v2.0—1-13

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