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Answer / sonu singh
CIDR stand for Classless Inter Domain Routing, is also known
as supernetting .CIDR is a new addressing scheme for the
Internet which allows for more efficient allocation of IP
addresses than the old Class A, B, and C address scheme.
FOR EXAMPLE :--
In router we get :- 192.168.1.0/24
CIDR aggregate these routes to 192.168.1.0/23 route ,one
route that represent the all four /24 route..
cidr as very importent for internet routers because it
reduce the routing table space.
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Answer / ramesh
cidr notation means for e.g 188.8.131.52/10 the 10 is a cidr
notation .its used to how many number of network will be
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Answer / vikram
Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR)
There are diff classes of ip address A(1-126) ,B(128 -
191),C(192 - 223),D(224 - 247)and e (248 - 255) so when u
have a ip address it is alsways in one of thes class.. how
ever lets take a scinerio .. say we have a office where we
need 500 comp and u need to assign ip address to them . ull
choose a class ip adress which hails from (1-126) .. good to
go.... but ull b able to gv 500 diff ip address but ull
waste rest of them .. so in order tosave ip address
classless ip address is used.. where in u dont consider
class as a factor .. .... supernetting also comes into
picture here.. hope this explains u the topic however it a
very broad topic cant be expianed without numbers ...
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