classless interdomain routing

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One of the solutions being adopted to address the problem of the Internet running out of addresses in which smaller chunks of space are allocated to organizations that require an address. For example, if a site requires a class B address then it is given a block of class C addresses instead. This solution is really only a temporary one compared with solutions such as IPv6.

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