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Internet Protocol Addresses (IP Address)
An IP address is a logical address of 32-bits (IPv4) that uniquely identifies a device on a network. IPv4 addresses are represented in decimal by four numbers from 0-255 separated by dots in what is called "dotted quad notation".
  1. Internet Protocol Addresses
    1. What is an IP address?
    2. Who invented IP addresses and Internet Protocol?
    3. What is Classful IP Addressing?
    4. What is Classless IP Addressing?
    5. Special Addresses
      1. What are the Public IP Addresses?
      2. What are the Private IP Addresses?
      3. What are the Special Reserved Addresses?
      4. What is the Loopback Address?
    6. Obtaining IP Addresses
      1. What is my computer's IP address and how do I find it?
      2. How does my computer get an IP address
      3. Where do IP Addresses come from?
      4. Where do I get IP addresses?
      5. What is an IP Address Allocation?
      6. What is an IP Address Assignment?
  2. Address Ranges / Address Blocks
    1. What is Subnetting?
    2. What is a Subnet?
    3. What is a Subnet Mask?
    4. What is the Network Address?
    5. What is the Broadcast Address
    6. What is Supernetting?
    7. What is Variable Length Subnet Masking?
    8. How do I Calculate a Variable Length Subnet Mask?
  3. Regional Internet Registrars

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