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IP address is a 32- bit binary address. This 32-bit address is subdivided into four 8-bit segments called octets. Every IP address is broken down into two segments.... by those segments aren't equal. Part of the IP address is used for "network ID, and the rest of the addressed is used for the "host ID." The host ID would identify your network connection, for example.

IPv4 address for eg. 117.34.3.8

This is class A address. So

Netid is :- 117

hostid is :- 34.3.8 etc.

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