Lecture5.pptx - 1DV702 Network Administration Lecture 5 ADDRESSING AND ROUTING ARCHITECTURE Addressing and Routing Architecture Addressing and routing

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1DV702 – Network Administration ADDRESSING AND ROUTING ARCHITECTURE Lecture 5
What are addressing and routing?
Addressing and Routing Architecture An address is an identifier used to temporarily or persistently locate a device on a network, in order to communicate with that device. For IP, addresses consist of an address identifier and an associated mask, usually presented in dotted-decimal notation Addressing fundamentals
Addressing and Routing Architecture An IPv4 address consists of 4 octets where each octet consists of 8 bits Max integer can be denoted with 8 bits is 255 This gives us 255x255x255x255 ~ 4.7 billion diff combinations Accompanied with a subnetmask which is in the same form (4 octest each 8 bits), multiple IP addresses can be grouped together, or compartmentalized into networks. Addressing fundamentals
Addressing and Routing Architecture
Addressing and Routing Architecture
Addressing and Routing Architecture Routing fundamentals
Addressing and Routing Architecture

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