Data evenly splitted accross disks.
No fault tolerance or redundancy.
RAID 0 of n drives provide read/write n times quicker.
An exact copy in two drives.
Good read performance.
Write speed as slow as the slowest disk.
bit-level stripping, not used nowadays.
byte-level stripping, not used.
block-level stripping, not used.
block level stripping, parity information distribute among the drives.
If one drive fails, the others can reconstruct the data based on the parity.
block level stripping, doubleparity information distribute among the drives.
If two drives fail, the others can reconstruct the data based on the parity.
32 bits per IPv4 address
Each IP is broken into four 8 bit blocks or octets
11111111 = 255
00000000 = 0
172.16.0.0 - 172.31.255.255
192.168.0.0 - 192.168.255.255