IN COURSE CompTIA Accelerated A+ Core (220-1001) EPISODE IP Addresses - IPv4 Classes, Wes talked about the IPv4 Local Network Addresses. Classes A, B and C have the following reserved range of addresses for local networking:
Class A 10.0.0.0
Class B 172.16.00 - 172.31.0.0
Class C 192.168.0.0
Does the public IP address of a network influences the IP addresses we can use within our local network?
For instance, if an ISP assigns the class A address 70.170.X.Y to a home (cable modem, Windows workstation, and Smart TVs), would the DHCP service assign IP addresses along the 10.0.X.Y range? Or can the DHCP service assign IP addresses from Classes B and C?