CIDR (Classless Inter-Domain Routing)

CIDR notation is a compact representation of an IP address and its associated routing prefix. represents the IPv4 address and its associated routing prefix, or equivalently, its subnet mask, which has 24 leading 1-bits.

The number of addresses of a subnet may be calculated as 2address length − prefix length, where address length is 128 for IPv6 and 32 for IPv4. For example, in IPv4, the prefix length /29 gives: 232 − 29 = 23 = 8 addresses.


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