IT_273_Unit_6_Project

IT_273_Unit_6_Project - Part I: Complete the review...

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Part I: Complete the review questions: a. Every process on a machine is assigned a(n) port number. b. IPv6 addresses are composed of 128 bits. c. A domain name is represented by a series of character strings, called labels, separated by dots . d. TCP/IP is a suite of protocols. e. With DHCP, a device borrows, or leases an IP address while it is attached to the network. Part II: Show one example each of a Class A network IP address, a Class B network IP address, and a Class C network IP address. Explain what each piece of the address tells you in each case. Class A: 10.10.201.5 Class B: 192.168.1.5 Class C: 209.50.135.213
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In the Class A IP address that I specified, the first octet (10) signifies the Network Information. The final 3 octets (.10.201.5) signify the Host Information. In the Class B IP address that I specified, the first two octets (192.168) signify the Network Information. The final 2 octets (.1.5) signify the Host Information. In the Class C IP address that I specified, the first three octets (209.50.135) signify the Network Information. The final octet (.213) signifies the Host Information. Part III:
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This note was uploaded on 09/25/2010 for the course IT IT273 taught by Professor House during the Spring '09 term at Kaplan University.

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