192.168.100.1

Private IP addresses form an integral part of the knowledge base developed in networking training courses. With the advent of the knowledge revolution, the importance of private networks has always been on the upward climb. In the business world, time is money and timely information is time saved, and hence money saved. As a consequence, private networks have become an integral part of the information sharing methods of corporate offices. Also, networking is the solution to several resource crunch situations.
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192.168.1.254

Default IP addresses are the ones that are assigned to networking devices when they leave the factory and manufacturing stations to be sold off from the shelves of retailers. This default Internet Protocol address is set in the factory itself and generally begins with 192.168. There are quite a few popularly known default IP addresses used by loads of networking equipment manufacturers. For instance, Linksys’ routers come with the default IP address of 192.168.1.1. On similar lines, 192.168.1.254 too is the default IP address of certain router manufacturers. Some of the 3Com OfficeConnect routers carry 192.168.1.254 as the default IP.
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192.168.2.1

Broadband router manufacturers have a really special future, considering the fact that the demand for networking is not going to wane any time in the near future. Networking multiplies the power of computing manifolds and makes it reach greater and unprecedented heights of capability. The seamless exchange and routing data packets in a network allows network owners to enjoy privileges like sharing information throughout the network’s participating computers and even share a single computer peripheral with all terminals. Routers, thus, are indispensible and arguably the most special components of networks. When they leave the factories and workstations where they are manufactured, routers are given a default IP address.
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192.168.0.1

The market for networking equipments has seen an unprecedented surge in the past decade or so with several new names coming up as tough competition to the established market powers. Despite the fact that Cisco and its subsidiaries manage to hold on to their podium finishes, there are some other pretty recognizable names in the industry that have made rapid inroads into the market place as well as corporate networks through the provision of sturdy machinery. D-Link and Netgear are common names in the parlance of network administrators and engineers. The routers from these companies are powering thousands of private networks across the globe every single day.
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192.168.1.1

Network engineering and system design have emerged as extremely special fields of training for engineers. Information Technology boom owes a lot to the capability of computers to behave as parts of networks, and the whole branch of networking deserves a lot of credit for having knitted the whole world into an accessible pool of information. Even on a local basis, networking has loads of benefits that can multiply the ability of your computer hardware and software manifolds. Thus, most companies and offices require the services of network engineers to maintain the seamless connectivity and flow of information within their confined premises. 192.168.1.1 is well known in networking quarters for being the default IP used by a whole bunch of networking equipment manufacturers of the world.
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