If someone could help me understand it, I would be greatly appreciated.
184.108.40.206/24 really equates to 220.127.116.11-18.104.22.168
/24 = 0-255
/22 = 1024 What would be the equivilant ip notation?
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hehehe that's the problem...the relationship between the IP address and the subnet mask and the formation there of is all based on the IP notation....for the desription of what you need (heck for any network needs) a subnet calculator is the way to go...the last time i had to do this crap manually....was in school
I don't care about the binary part. Just the relationship between ip address range and subnet mask. That and be able to translate between standard notation and cidr.
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