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  1. Great insight on IPs, still struggling with the subject but this is well helpfull moving forward. Thank you, great we'll.

  2. Hi Rene,
    I want to know that if we use subnetting for an IP address. Then also we have to leave a network and broadcast IP for our network?

  3. This was a nice article. The only thing that is missing is you did not mentioned the number of addresses we can get in each class..

  4. I have one query. Since IP is connectionless protocol, it needs UDP/TCP to 'transport' data. But with traffic generators (Ixia/Spirent), I can create an IP packet without any L4 protocol and able to send and receive the data. How might that be working?

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