distribution of ip address

tauseef aslam asked 2 years ago

iam connected to network of classB ip address..
but on my machine i can see the ip address of classA.. how this distribution has been done????

1 Answers
Rob Vargas Staff answered 2 years ago

Hi, Tausleef, and welcome to our forum!

There could be a number of ways that this happens. Some larger networks use multiple servers (DHCP, basically) to assign IP Addresses, and maybe the one that served you that address is configured to do that. Maybe your PC is set with a static IP address as you describe.

There are several ways it can happen.

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