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    IP Addresses

    1) Your IP address is 10.1.1.65 and your serverís address is 10.1.1.60. Are you on the same network?


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    no. according to the connection only the network are same


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    yes man i m sure that v r on same network...


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    yes i m sure that v r on same network


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    Yups, We are on the same n/w..... If you are facing problem just check whether subnet is same or what??


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    yes...the first field of two IP address is 10.......so those two systems must be in same n/w


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    ya its same .......its seperate according to subnet mask..........10.1.1.60 it,s is a server system.....10.1.1.65 is a client
    we separte acoording to five class
    for example bsnl ip address starts from 192
    the bsnl client is example 192.168.1.12 like this we have continious ip

    tata indicom ip adreess starts from 168...
    class a 0-127
    class b 128 - 191
    class c 192 - 233
    class d 224 - 239
    class e 240 - 255

    Last edited by rakesh trichy; 10-11-2008 at 12:24 PM.

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    Yes u r in the same network


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    i think you are on the same n/w.Bcuz the 32-bit IP addr is divided into n/w id and host id.
    Since the n/w id matches ,u r on same n/w.


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    Re: IP Addresses

    yes.both ip adresses same network


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    Re: IP Addresses

    Yes the server and your machine are on same network. Btw Are you not able to communicate with that server or are you trying to share any fiels across network??


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    Re: IP Addresses

    Yes dude............................


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    Yes buddy, according to the subnet mask you can able to decide whether you are in a same network or not


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    Re: IP Addresses

    "If they have the same subnet and then "YES", they belong to the same network"


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    Re: IP Addresses

    Quote Originally Posted by tducre View Post
    1) Your IP address is 10.1.1.65 and your serverís address is 10.1.1.60. Are you on the same network?
    "If they have the same subnet and then "YES", they belong to the same network"


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    Quote Originally Posted by tducre View Post
    1) Your IP address is 10.1.1.65 and your serverís address is 10.1.1.60. Are you on the same network?
    "If they have the same subnet and then "YES", they belong to the same network"


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    Quote Originally Posted by rakesh trichy View Post
    ya its same .......its seperate according to subnet mask..........10.1.1.60 it,s is a server system.....10.1.1.65 is a client
    we separte acoording to five class
    for example bsnl ip address starts from 192
    the bsnl client is example 192.168.1.12 like this we have continious ip

    tata indicom ip adreess starts from 168...
    class a 0-127
    class b 128 - 191
    class c 192 - 233
    class d 224 - 239
    class e 240 - 255

    Check your info properly. 192.168.1.12 is a local network series.


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    Re: IP Addresses

    It looks that We are in the same, But take a look for Subnetmask. if Both have same subnet mask, then yeh we are in the same network.


    Thanks

    Mohit Sharma



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    Re: IP Addresses

    Hello, nowadays tata internet is using the class a addresses . I did see a system with a similar configuration . It all depends on the way the adsl box is setup , try experimenting these numbers and you will see the same . Regards, mallampalli yasaswi srinivas _______________________________________________________________
    Quote Originally Posted by rakesh trichy View Post
    ya its same .......its seperate according to subnet mask..........10.1.1.60 it,s is a server system.....10.1.1.65 is a client we separte acoording to five class for example bsnl ip address starts from 192 the bsnl client is example 192.168.1.12 like this we have continious ip tata indicom ip adreess starts from 168... Class a 0-127 class b 128 - 191 class c 192 - 233 class d 224 - 239 class e 240 - 255



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    Re: IP Addresses

    yes it is same network ip


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