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If you are on a private network 192.168.x.x then it is most likely to be, if you are on a larger private network then it could be but is more likely to be different.

In windows if you go to network connections then and click on the LAN icon you want it should come up with your IP address and subnet. Other than that just run a command window and type:


And that will come up with the answer.

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It would probably be helpful if you knew how networks function.

Rather than following harrison's guide step-by-step, try learning 'why' he takes those steps. You'll be less confused, and in the end you'll be proud of yourself for learning a lot.

A few bits to note, to get you started:

-IP address classes

-address translation

-networking protocols

-TCP/IP 3-way handshake

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