1. An IP address should be a value ____________ so that packets can be communicated over a network between devices, otherwise an IP conflict will occur.
2. All IP addresses are made up of ___________ seperated by dots representing a ___________binary address.
3. Which of the following is a valid IP address?
4. An analogy: Liken an IP address to your home address, and the fact that an address has a _________________
5. Imagine there was a local company that had three devices. A server, a computer and a printer. If the IP addresses are as follows, what are the first three quadrants called?
6. The final quadrant in this example is for ___________________________
7. IP addresses have different 'classes', Class A are in the last range of octet values e.g. 192-223.
8. The two standards of IP address that are in use today are revisions of the original Internet Protocol and are IPv4 and IPv6
9. IPV4 is the 32-bit address that everyone is familiar with. This means that there are 2 to the power of 32 addresses available and then we run out!
10. The move to IPv6 is inevitable - it is different in that it has a ________________________________
11. MAC addresses are a unique ____________ that all network interfaces have in order to communicate with a network.
12. The MAC address is assigned to every device by the ____________________ and unlike an IP address of network mask, it cannot be changed once assigned.
13. The MAC address is used by the media access controller in the _____________ of the TCP/IP model
14. All MAC addresses on a network are kept in a ____________________________.
15. The router table assigns the MAC addresses with an available subnet address so that the packets are sent/received accurately