Why is the IPv4 address range of 127.0.0.0/8 not considered part of a subnet class?
A) The 127 network is used only for government and military use
B) The 127 network is not included in most TCP/IP stacks
C) The 127 network cannot be clearly delineated with binary mathematics (it’s a prime number)
D) The 127 network contains reserved addresses
E) Subnet classes are an antiquated descriptor of address segmentation
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