Referencing IP Address Blocks

Referencing IP Address Blocks2018-08-05T03:06:45+00:00

Using Our Easy-to-Read IP Address Block List

When you order an Internet connection, you are provided with IP addresses. These unique identifiers come in blocks depending on the number of addresses you’ll need on your network, for example 192.0.2.0/30

As an example, if you need 4 IP addresses, you would ask for a /30, if you need 8 IP addresses, you would request /29. This is based on the number of IPv4 addresses you’ll need, and our table can help you as a guide.

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