Explain why networks are broken up into classes and why there are private networks for each class. Note that there is more than one correct answer to this question.
Length: 1 pages (275 Words)
In internet protocol classes, there are addresses split from the Internet protocol Version 4 (IPV4) into categories that include class A, B, C, D and E. the addresses are defined on the basis of the number of bits that are needed for the network portion, of for the address. They are also based on the number of bits left when defining the individual host addresses. For class A, the address has its first octet as the network portion. For class B, the first two octets form the network portion, and class C has the first 3 octets as the network portion. However, Class D and E are rarely used in the normal operations.
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