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

• Supernetting is an addressing scheme in which several class C blocks can be combined to create a larger range of addresses.

• In other words, several networks are combined to create a supernetwork or a supernet.

 
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

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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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

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.



 

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