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Old 04-19-2004, 01:56 PM   #1
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syntax for ranges of ip's

what is the syntax for a ip's.

exactly how do i set up ranges using the ip's inside the ipchains. explain how to write -> as a range, and why exactly so that i could write any range i needed. thnx....
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As for the IP ranges - that's nothing specific to ipchains/iptables,
but rather has to do with subnetting.

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Re: syntax for ranges of ip's

Originally posted by wedgeworth
explain how to write -> as a range, and why exactly so that i could write any range i needed. thnx.... -> is or or /24 means 24 bits from the beginng of the address must match.


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