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The standard I've seen so far is to use 192.168.*.* IP addresses for devices on the local network.

Why this combination? If it were beme, I would have chosen something simpler, like 1.0.*.*. What's the historical reason?

The standard I've seen so far is to use 192.168.*.* IP addresses for devices on the local network.

Why this combination? If it were be, I would have chosen something simpler, like 1.0.*.*. What's the historical reason?

The standard I've seen so far is to use 192.168.*.* IP addresses for devices on the local network.

Why this combination? If it were me, I would have chosen something simpler, like 1.0.*.*. What's the historical reason?

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Why 192.168.*.* for local addresses?

The standard I've seen so far is to use 192.168.*.* IP addresses for devices on the local network.

Why this combination? If it were be, I would have chosen something simpler, like 1.0.*.*. What's the historical reason?