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You have assigned a private, RFC 1918 IP address to a router interface that is connected to a public Internet ISP. What will happen in this case?
- A. This private IP address will not be routed to the Internet.
- B. The ISP will automatically translate the private IP address into a public one.
- C. The NAT process will be used at the ISP connected router will be used to translate this address to a pubic IP.
- D. An IP collision will occur since other routers are using the same private IP address space.
IP address blocks are of two types: private IP address and public IP address.
The common IP classes are:
- Class A---10.0.0.0 to 10.255.255.255
- Class B--172.16.0.0 to 172.31.255.255
- Class C--192.168.0.0 to 192.168.255.255
The rest which are not in the above range are reserved as public IP address. The authority that issues public IP address is called IANA. ISPs need to request IANA for required public IP address blocks.
Public IP addresses are reachable from anywhere in the world via Internet. In any network the WAN interface IP address should be Public IP address.
If you put private IP address to the public WAN interface we can’t route them to the public Internet via BGP.
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