This is what my provider gave me:
76.73.118.160/29
So how many IPs do I have and what are the IPs?
That does 29 means?
This is what my provider gave me: 76.73.118.160/29 So how many IPs do I have and what are the IPs? That does 29 means? 


That is CIDR notation. The /29 means that 29 bits out of the 32 are the network part, and the last 3 bits are for addresses. In this case, you will have 82 (6) IP addresses available. The reason? With three bits available, the range of address are (binary) 000111 (07). Two are reserved: All 1's for the Netmask, and one more for the network address (0). The common ranges of addresses for private subnets are usually 192.168.x.y/24, meaning the first 3 decimal numbers (first three bytes) are for the network 

