An example of a Class B IP address is 126.96.36.199. The first two octets identify the network number assigned by ARIN. The internal administrators of the network assign the remaining 16 bits. Class B IP addresses always have values ranging from 128 to 191 in their first octet. Every network that uses a Class B IP address can have assigned up to 65,534 possible IP addresses to devices that are attached to its network.
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