Classless Inter-Domain Routing

Classless Inter-Domain Routing
   Abbreviated CIDR, pronounced "[cider]." An interim solution to the problem that the Internet is running out of addresses.
   Blocks of Class C addresses are assigned to a site based on the number of addresses that site requires, to prevent wasted addresses. Also, the Class C address space is divided into four major areas—Europe, North America, Central and South America, and Asia and the Pacific—and each zone is assigned 32 million addresses. CIDR networks are often described as "slash x" networks; the x represents the number of bits in the IP address range controlled by the granting authority. For example, a Class C network in CIDR terms becomes a slash 24 network.
   See also address classes; IP address.

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