on 12-11-2012 14h12
Just wanted some answers really. In the IP address 0.00.BtCentralPLus0.00, for example, how many IP addresses over the UK would that cover? If so where abouts does BTCENTRALPLUS cover, which area?. I really do not know alot about it and would like some kind information on it. Does it just cover my IP address or lots of others?.
on 12-11-2012 14h26
Yeah, but what does it mean?. Is it in everyones IP Address or not or just me?. Please let me know some info?.
on 12-11-2012 14h29
I'm on Adsl BT Broadband and my IP Address is 109.157.***.*** but it is also know to BT as host109-157-***-***.range109-157.btcentralplus.
12-11-2012 14h30 - edited 12-11-2012 14h31
You will never found out the amount of IP's BT use as this changes all the time, a more realistic approach would be to find out how many blocks(range) that BT use.
BTCENTRALHOST is used on every block to my knowledge.
12-11-2012 14h31 - edited 12-11-2012 14h35
Thats what I meant, mine is host, something, btcentralplus. So its not just related to my IP address, but everyone else with BT, so that could be millions of customers, write?.
Is btcentralplus just located in the UK or around the world, cause BT surely is not just UK related, is it?.
12-11-2012 14h39 - edited 12-11-2012 14h41
Another question about it, for example, if that IP address had btcentralplus in the title could they relate that to there address even if millions of customers had btcetralplus in there addresss as well?. I mean say Jo Bloggs had, 1234btcentralplus1234 and his next door neighbour had say 4321btcentralpus4321, could they still relate the Jo Bloggs address even if the site only new about the btcentralplus part of the address? or would they not know for sure who is who by just knowing the btcentralplus part,even when Jo Bloggs is 1234 and next door neighbour is 4321?. Anyone.
on 12-11-2012 14h40
Of course they know where each IP goes.