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CIDR – Classless Inter-Domain Routing in CompTIA Security +

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Added by April 3, 2019

In this video, Steve Fullmer describes the basics of (CIDR) Classless Inter-Domain Routing and why it’s important to recognize this notation for anyone who is preparing for CompTIA Security + certification. CIDR notation is used when you don’t need to use a Class A, B or C address. Using a CIDR values allows you to know how many bits are used for the subnet mask and the host in shorthand.

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