What is subnetting?


Subnetting is a process in which the network administrator further divides the host part of an IP address into further smaller ‘subnets’.

The subnet refers to the group of devices, which all share an address that associates it with other devices in this group.

The IP address is used to identify a device on the network. With subnetting, the host part of the address is divided into two or more subnets, with part of the host address identifying the subnet.

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