Classless interdomain routing (CIDR) allows for the aggregation of different classes of IPv4 addresses. In the original IPv4 scheme, IP addresses were designated according to class, and this designation was illustrated in the values of the different octets of a given IPv4 address. When the IETF and other similar organizations began to recognize...
Bits per second (bps) is a measure used to show the average rate at which data is transferred between a computer and a data transmission system. The bit rate is generally measured in bits per second (bps) and sometimes bytes per second (Bps).
Bits per second is the standard measure of bit rate speed. However, millions of bits can be transferred in a second and measuring in single bit units can be cumbersome. To simplify data transfer rates, an International System of Units prefix is used. These include kilo, mega and giga.
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