IP Class Checker

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Generate Random Ip

Generates a random ip address

How to Generate a Random IP

This tool will generate a complete random Interment Protocol (IP) address each time you press generate a new IP will be generated. The IPs that a are generated are IPv4 and will not be an invalid address the address generated could randomly fall into any class of IP based on the first octet ranging from class A to class E to find out more about IP classes read or try your random IP on IP Class Checker. This tool can be handy for network engineers testing different IP address and configurations in their network.

What is an IP Address?

Internet Protocol (IP) Address is assigned to a device to enable it to communicate with other devices on the network also used to identify that device. Without an IP device would not be able to communicate with one another router also would not be able to route information to other networks because without an IP address they would not know where to send information to. IP Address is a logically assigned to a device meaning it changes usually deepening on the lease time of the DHCP server or Internet Service Provider ISP. IP Addresses differs from Media Access Control (MAC) Address in which MAC is permeant address tied to the network card of the device MAC address is also called a physical address more information is on MAC Address Generator.

Types of IP Address

There are numerous types of IP Addresses such as Dynamic, Static, Public and Private these types of IP’s have their own functions for different parts of the internet and your home network. Dynamic address is assigned automatically to a device on a network. Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server is used to assign a Dynamic IP to a device for a limited period the IP address of that device will change periodically depending on the lease of the DHCP server. Static address is the opposite to Dynamic meaning that the device was not automatically assigned by a server but manually by a Network Engineer or Admin. A Device with a Static IP does not change unless it is changed manually by assigning a new IP to that device. Static address is usually assigned to servers this makes it easier to manage and trouble shoot the network. Public addresses are address that is outside your local network this is the address that is assigned to your router so that other devices on the internet can communicate with your network and vice a versa. This address is assigned by your ISP to your router this address is generic and does not indicate that your computer has that address it just means that is the address is used to indicate the network that your computer resides on. Private address is used inside your network to logically identify each and individual device on the internal network meaning that any device that is connected behind your home router will be assigned a private IP address. The public address of the network will have no affect on how private address are assigned they can be totally different numbers altogether and has no effect on how devices will communicate.