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Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR)

A set of IP standards that are used for effectively allocating and routing IP addresses. This is possible because of how CIDR is based on VLSM which allows the creation of subnetworks with different host counts without wasting large numbers of IP addresses.

Examples

An IPV4 address in CIDR notation would look like:

192.168.0.4/24

where the 4 octets represent the IP address and the /24 represents the subnet mask

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