by Dinesh Thakur Category: Naming and Addressing

• Subnet mask uses the same format and representation technique as IP addresses.

• Subnet mask has binary is in all bits specifying the network and subnetwork fields, and binary Os in all bits specifying the host field.

 
by Dinesh Thakur Category: Naming and Addressing

An IP address is considered public if the IP number is valid and falls outside any of the IP address ranges reserved for private uses by Internet standards group. Public IP addresses are used by servers (including those for Web sites and DNS servers), network routers or any computer connected directly to the Internet via a modem.



 
by Dinesh Thakur Category: Naming and Addressing

A Computer with multiple IP addresses to connected networks is known as Multihomed. A multihomed host is physically connected to multiple data links that can be on the same or different networks. For example, a computer with a Windows 2003 Server and multiple IP addresses can be referred to as "multihomed" and may serve as an IP router.



 
by Dinesh Thakur Category: Naming and Addressing

As the Internet is a network of networks, addressing, is particularly important. This section provides an initial overview of the addressing problems through the first generation IP protocol IPv4 and IPv6 new generation.



 
by Dinesh Thakur Category: Naming and Addressing

Application Service Provider (ASP): A company that rents out the use of software running on its own SERVERS to remote customers, who may use a THIN CLIENT technology such as CITRIX WINFRAME or a PC and a web-based connection to log on to the service: the viability of such services depends upon the availability of a BROADBAND connection from client to server.

 
by Dinesh Thakur Category: Naming and Addressing

In a computer that allows indirect addressing, the assembly language programmer typically indicates an indirect address by adding a character such as * to the absolute or symbolic address, or by enclosing it in parentheses.



 

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