Why was the RFC 1918 address space defined?

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Why was the RFC 1918 address space defined? 1IT Administrator Staff asked 4 months ago

Why was the RFC 1918 address space defined?

  • A. conserve public IPv4 addressing
  • B. preserve public IPv6 address space
  • C. reduce instances of overlapping IP addresses
  • D. support the NAT protocol

Correct Answer: A

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