Does each computer on the same network have the same IP address?
If the IP allocation within the network is static, then each terminal will always have the same IP, but if the IP allocation within the network is dynamic then its IP may change and not necessarily be the same.
If the IP allocation within the network is dynamic then its IP may change and not necessarily be the same.
No, it has the same class (Either A, B or C) but the groups and subgroups vary... For example:
The router has the IP 192.168.1.1, if the configuration is dynamic, if you connect 5 devices these take the consequent IP (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx.2,3,4 etc) and when the 5 are disconnected and reconnected they will still have the same range but in different order (device 1 is no longer 192.168.1.2 but .5 or .4), more if the configuration is static, the 5 devices will have the same IP even if they are the last to connect to the network (The device will always be 192.168.1.2 even if it connects after 2 or 3 and the same applies for the others)