## Which of the following statements are true of Class C IP addresses?

Last Updated on August 7, 2021 by Admin 3

## Which of the following statements are true of Class C IP addresses?

• The decimal values of the first octet can range from 192 to 223
• The decimal values of the first octet can range from 1 to 126
• The first octet represents the entire network portion of the address
• The first three octets represent the entire network portion of the address
• The value of the first binary place in the first octet must be 0
• The value of the first two binary places in the first octet must be 11
Explanation:
A class C IP addresses will have the following characteristics:
– The decimal values of the first octet can range from 192 to 223
– The first three octets represent the entire network portion of the address
– The value of the first two binary place in the first octet must be 11

Class B IP addresses will have the following characteristics:
– The decimal values of the first octet can range from 128 to 191
– The first two octets represent the entire network portion of the address
– The value of the first two binary place in the first octet must be 10

Class A IP addresses will have the following characteristics:
– The decimal values of the first octet can range from 1 to 126
– The first octet represents the entire network portion of the address
– The value of the first binary place in the first octet must be 0

Objective:
Network Fundamentals
Sub-Objective:
Compare and contrast IPv4 address types