Which two statements describe classful IP addresses? (Choose two.)
- It is possible to determine which class an address belongs to by reading the first bit.
- The number of bits used to identify the hosts is fixed by the class of the network.
- Only Class A addresses can be represented by high-order bits 100.
- Up to 24 bits can make up the host portion of a Class C address.
All subnets in a network are the same size.*
- Three of the five classes of addresses are reserved for multicasts and experimental use.
Three of the five classes of addresses are reserved for multicasts and experimental use.