Do public IP addresses have subnet mask?
My understanding is that the subnet mask is supposed to designate which addresses are considered part of the local network. But these are individual public IP addresses. There is no local network or subnet associated with them.
How do I find my public IP subnet mask?
- In the Windows search fields, type cmd, to open command prompt.
- Press Enter.
- Type ipconfig/all press Enter.
- Find your network settings.
- Your PC’s IP address and your network Subnet Mask and Gateway will be listed.
What is public subnet mask?
Public IP Subnet is a range of public IPs where 3 addresses are reserved for gateway, netmask and network configuration purposes.
What is my IP and mask?
Type “ipconfig” at the prompt and press “Enter.” This command displays all network interfaces and their configurations, including IP addresses, subnet masks and default gateway. This particular mask means that the first three octets are the network address, and the last octet is the device address.
Where is subnet mask on router?
Find the subnet mask. This is located in the section titled “Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection.” Find the line beginning “Subnet Mask” and look across to find your subnet mask. Most subnet mask numbers begin with a string of 255s, such as 255.255. 255.0.
What is my IP and gateway?
In the Command Prompt window, type “ipconfig” and press “Enter/Return” on your keyboard. You will see a lot of information generated in this window. If you scroll up you should see “Default Gateway” with the device’s IP address listed to the right of it.
Who owns public IP address?
The internet, which was developed by the US government, is administered largely by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (Icann), which controls the assignment of IP addresses through the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (Iana).