Can anyone please explain why CMD pings a different IP address than the one I am searching for?
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On Windows CMD if you put leading zeros on the IP address means octal.
It is interpreting
16 octal and converts it to
You can use octal, decimal or hexadecimal notation as in the following example:
220.127.116.11 (decimal) 026.0145.037.0231 (octal) 0x16.0x65.0xF1.0x99 (hexadecimal)