Enter up to 40 Domains (Each Domain must be on separate line)
A class C IP Network is a 32-bit network system, so IPV4 protocol for Class C IP is set first 3 bits (higher-order bits) i.e 110 and make a possible of networks around 2,097,152 and a maximum number of 254 hosts. Currently, the default subnet mask for Class C IP Address is 255.255.255.x.
11000000 - 11011111
192 - 223
The total number of Network addresses present in Class C IP address is (2^21) = 2097152
The total number of Host addresses present in Class C IP address is ((2^8)-2) = 254
Simply enter a minimum of two, and up to 20 domain names (one domain per line) in the large text box and begin your test and see the Result.
There are five different classes of IP addresses which are explained below:-
Class A - In Class A IP Address the first octet is set to 0. It ranges from 1 - 127, means IP starting from 1.x.x.x to 126.x.x.x but 127.x.x.x is reserved only for look-back Ip addresses. Currently, the default subnet mask for Class A is 255.0.0.0 with over 126 networks((2^7)-2) and 16777214 hosts ((2^24)-2).
Class B - In Class B IP Address, the first 2 bits are set to 0. It ranges from 128.0.x.x to 191.255.x.x. Currently, the default subnet mask for class B is 255.255.x.x with over 16384 (2^14) network address and 65534 ((2^16)-2) hosts.
Class C - We have already discussed this in this page detail.
Class D - In Class D IP Address the first 4 bits in the octet are set to 1110. It ranges from 224.0.0 to 220.127.116.11. As we know that the Class D IP Address does not have a subnet mask and reserved for multicasting purposes. It does not require to extract the host address from it.
Class E - Currently the Class E IP Address is reserved for R&D work and other experimental purposes. It ranges from 240.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.254. Even for this Class, there is no subnet mask.