IP2 1.04 for Windows

by Robin Keir

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File Size 0.0 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 1,797
Publisher Robin Keir
Homepage IP2

Publisher's Description

IP2 is a small program that you can use to determine your IP addresses - both WAN and LAN. What this means is that along with showing you the traditional IP address that you computer is using in it's local environment (e.g. a LAN) it will also show you what your IP address is from the perspective of an "outsider" on the Internet. This is in contrast to the many tools and utilities available on the Internet that simply return the LAN address, which is useless if somebody on the Internet needs to connect to your computer.

Your WAN and LAN IP addresses may be the same if you are directly accessing the Internet with something like a dialup modem or a cable modem without a hardware NAT router. However, if you are using some kind of hardware router or firewall as your gateway to the Internet, your computer will most likely have been assigned a "non-routable" IP address such as 10.1.2.3 or 192.168.1.2 for example. In this situation there is no easy way to find out what your true Internet IP address is. This is where IP2 comes into play.

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ElisabetUK

ElisabetUK reviewed v1.04 on Jun 7, 2016

Another name for a default route is a routing information base (RIB for short) which is a chart of data in storage inside a router or network device that provides a list of the routes on the network for particular destinations,example 192.168.l.l. What is more, the routing chart or table contains certain information about the network space properties directly surrounding it. Needless to say, the key aim of routing protocols is constructing routing charts or tables.

Avg. Rating 5.0 (4 votes)
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ElisabetUK

ElisabetUK reviewed v1.04 on Jun 7, 2016

Another name for a default route is a routing information base (RIB for short) which is a chart of data in storage inside a router or network device that provides a list of the routes on the network for particular destinations,example 192.168.l.l. What is more, the routing chart or table contains certain information about the network space properties directly surrounding it. Needless to say, the key aim of routing protocols is constructing routing charts or tables.

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