IP address mask

IP address mask
adreso kaukė statusas T sritis informatika apibrėžtis ↑Bitų eilutė, kurios vienetai išskiria juos atitinkančias ↑skaitinio kompiuterio adreso bitų reikšmes. Pavyzdžiui, kaukė 255 255 255 0 išskiria pirmuosius tris adreso oktetus (skaičiaus 255 dvejetainė reikšmė yra 11111111, taigi ji išskiria visus 8 baito bitus). Tai vienas iš kompiuterio jungimo į tinklą parametrų. atitikmenys: angl. IP address mask ryšiai: dar žiūrėkbitas dar žiūrėkbitas dar žiūrėkbitas dar žiūrėkskaitinis kompiuterio adresas palyginkpotinklio kaukė palyginktinklo kaukė

Enciklopedinis kompiuterijos žodynas . . 2008.

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  • ICMP Address Mask Request — Address Mask Request is an ICMP query message, normally sent by a host to a router in order to obtain an appropriate subnet mask.Message Format:* Type must be set to 17. * Code must be set to 0. * The Address Mask can be set to 0.Recipients… …   Wikipedia

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  • subnet mask —    A number or, more correctly, a bit pattern that identifies which parts of an IP address correspond to the network, subnet, and host portions of the address. Also referred to as an address mask.    See also address classes; Classless Inter… …   Dictionary of networking

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