1. Public IP addresses are assigned by IANA (Internet Assigned Numbers Authority) who distribute numbers to localised registrars, who then ________________
2. It is important that every IP address on the internet is ______________, otherwise routers would not know where to send packets.
3. Each router can be assigned a public IP address.
4. Your router acts as a 'middle man' every time you connect to the internet. it is responsible for the __________________________________________
5. The router can help add a layer of protection and is a way of controlling the number of applied IP addresses. Fill in the blanks
6. IANA has specified certain IP addresses as ____________. These are for local networks that are not connected directly to the Internet.
7. To connect a LAN using these private addresses to the Internet, a _____________ must be used.
8. _______________ universally tend to use NAT to work out where incoming packets are supposed to end up.
9. NAT is also used to change outgoing packets so that they appear to be coming from the ______________________ of the router
10. Take the following analogy: Royal Mail send post to the address of a company's office block, and then the internal post works out which office to send it to. Which statement is true?