Chapter 13

1. B and E. The private IPv4 address space consists of Class A network, Class B networks–, and the 256 Class C networks that begin 192.168.

2. B. ICANN and IANA manage the assignment of public IPv4 address space such that large address blocks (often called CIDR blocks) exist in a particular geography or are assigned to particular ISPs. As such, Internet routers can more easily create summary routes to help keep the routing table small in the Internet. would likely also be allocated to some registrar, ISP, or customer in Asia. Because of the large route summaries, in this case possibly a summary for, routers in North America would not see an increase in the size of their routing ...

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