By E. Bryan Carne

A reference consultant to the codes, protocols, networks, signs and gear that give the chance to speak utilizing TCP/IP.

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To obtain sub-subnetworks with smaller numbers of host IDs, the technique of robbing right-hand bits from the host ID space was applied recursively. Each subnetwork, sub-subnetwork, and, perhaps, sub-sub-subnetwork, needed its own network mask. Because the intermediate network nodes must store routing information (IP addresses and subnet masks) for every subnetwork, subnetting began to overload the routing tables, particularly those in the backbone routers. 5 Supernetting A solution to the overload problem has been found in supernetting.

To establish networks with a varying complement of host IDs, subnetting was applied two or three times to subnetworks that already existed. To obtain sub-subnetworks with smaller numbers of host IDs, the technique of robbing right-hand bits from the host ID space was applied recursively. Each subnetwork, sub-subnetwork, and, perhaps, sub-sub-subnetwork, needed its own network mask. Because the intermediate network nodes must store routing information (IP addresses and subnet masks) for every subnetwork, subnetting began to overload the routing tables, particularly those in the backbone routers.

1 Input and Output Users’ data blocks enter the model at the application layer. In descending the protocol stack, each layer adds overhead data that manage the communication process. The extended data stream is converted to a sequence of signals that exits from the physical layer of one stack and crosses to the physical layer of the other stack on transmission facilities. There, the signals are converted back to a logical data stream that ascends the protocol stack towards the application layer of the receiving host.

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