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Public and private addressing

Public and private addressing: CISSP Cert Prep: 4 Communication and Network Security
Public and private addressing: CISSP Cert Prep: 4 Communication and Network Security

IP addresses come in two forms: public addresses, which are assigned by a central network authority and may be used to reach systems located across the Internet and private addresses, which are available for anyone’s use but may only be used on local networks and will not work across the Internet. Learn the differences between public and private IP addresses and the use of Network Address Translation (NAT).

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Network Administration Security IT CISSP

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