Week 3 DQ 1 - an Internet host to connect directly to an...

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Post your response to the following: Conduct an Internet search to locate an example of a private network and a public network. How is each network used? What are the pros and cons of each? A private network is a network that uses private IP addresses, private IP addresses were created because of the shortage of publicly registered IP addresses created by the IPv4 standard, although the IP addresses that came from the IPv4 standard a new generation is immerging. Private addresses are private because they are not globally assigned and cannot be routed to the internet without a NAT gateway (Network Address Translation) or a proxy server. Private IP addresses are seen as adding additional security to the internal network, since it's impossible for
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Unformatted text preview: an Internet host to connect directly to an internal system. A common misconception is that these addresses are not routable. While not routable on the public Internet, they are routable within an organization. The Internet is the largest public network there is, it connects millions of people together. The internet uses the Internet Protocol Suite (TCP/IP) standard for data representation, signaling, authentication, and error detection. Using the Web it is easier today than ever before for individuals and organizations, they can publish information to an extremely large audience....
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