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Reserved address space is the group of Internet Protocol (IP) addresses that are reserved and categorized only for use with internal networks or intranets. It is a component of the IP address scheme/classes reserved by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and Internet Address and Naming Authority (IANA) for experimentation and internal use.