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Suggestion on Introducing Network ID and Node ID concepts 12 years 11 months ago #2237

  • Cheetah
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Prelim

I am new to this forums, hope I can log a suggestion here!

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www.firewall.cx/ip-classes.php

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Think of the Network ID as the suburb you live in and the Node ID your street in that suburb. You can tell exactly where someone is if you have their suburb and street name. In the same way, the Network ID tells us which network a particular computer belongs to and the Node ID identifies that computer from all the rest that reside in the same network.

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Instead of suburb & street, wont it make more easier to understand if we use street & house for network ID & node ID respectively.
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<b>Cheetah</b>
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Re: Suggestion on Introducing Network ID and Node ID concepts 12 years 11 months ago #2239

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Or building / flat number ;)

Yep the analogy lends itself well to a lot of postal style situations...
dont get me started !!

Cheers mate,
Sahir Hidayatullah.
Firewall.cx Staff - Associate Editor & Security Advisor
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