IPV4 Stack

What features should be added in the  IP module of my IPV4 stack to make it CIDR (Classless Inter domain routing) compliant?
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CIDR is used by routing protocols. Doesn't have
anything to do with your IP stacks on your PC. So basicly, in order to support CIDR, you'll need to use routing protocols that supports VLSM like EIGRP, OSPF, BGPv4, RIPv2 ... etc.  on your router.  Most or all current IP stacks on your PC allows your to specify the boradcast domain/subnet masks. If that
is what you meant.

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jalajaAuthor Commented:
Thank you for the info.
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