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Old 09-27-2010, 11:49 PM   #1
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IP Address Range

Hello everyone,

I am trying to understand IP ranges.

I never understood this. What does or mean?

Is there a shortcut like that which would be the equivalent to

I ask because I am trying to configure Bind 9.7 and I want to add a range of IP address which are trusted.

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The /24 and /32 refer to the subnet/netmask used by your network and define how many hosts you can connect within that subnet. Those are basics in networking. Have a look at this very easy to understand tutorial on subnetting to get more details.

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