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Can you tell if the IP is suspicious? 6 years 11 months ago #33009

  • FishNBone
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Hi all!

I got a question bout IP addresses

Is that can you tell whether that IP is suspicious just by looking at it?

Cause it's like from IP u can gain alot of information about it.

FishnBone
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Re: Can you tell if the IP is suspicious? 6 years 11 months ago #33019

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no, there is no such info in IP add.
but you can make sm wil guesses based on the IP address class as class A is mostly used by large org.
so most of the time suspicious IP are frm classB or C, but again, this is not any hard& fast rule,, im just giving a rough idea. :wink:
I think therefore I am!
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Re: Can you tell if the IP is suspicious? 6 years 11 months ago #33021

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Hihi!

Thanks Alot! I got it, btw today I had my exams on network...

The 3 types of transmission supported by IP are unicast, anycast and broadcast.

Can help me explain what does that really means? Cuz I dunno how to explain in exam
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Re: Can you tell if the IP is suspicious? 6 years 11 months ago #33037

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unicast is going to a single defined ip address destination
broadcast is going to every ip address in the network/subnet and is therefore sent to the broadcast IP address of the network/subnet
anycast is the one I can never remember; I think it's a special type of broadcast for IPv6?
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Re: Can you tell if the IP is suspicious? 6 years 11 months ago #33038

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in IP version 4 we have

unicast = one to one
multicast = one to many
broadcast = one to all

in IP version 6 we have

unicast = one to one
multicast= one to many
anycast = one to closest

in IP version nothing like broadcast because multicast in IPV6 can do the work of a broadcast.

anycast is a way of assigning same IP to multiple routers in a corporate network, so anywhere you are you can access the closest router to you. take an example of google.com which have different servers all over the world, and many will have same IP address, when you access google.com say from Nigeria you will be then connected to the one closest to you
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Re: Can you tell if the IP is suspicious? 6 years 11 months ago #33041

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Thank you sose
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