A bitwise mask identifies the part of the IP address that is being shared by all computers in the network and also can be identified in a larger part of a network. The IP address part that is not flagged by this mask identifies individual computers in the subnetwork. In a netmask, two bits are always automatically assigned. It has three classes namely class A, class B, and class C.

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