IP Calculator Final Version

Mark Wieder mwieder at ahsoftware.net
Tue Jan 27 21:29:06 EST 2015


Tuesday, January 27, 2015, 1:59:44 PM, you wrote:

>> As far as the CIDR depth, it is true that technically you can
>> have a CIDR of 32, but it is not a network that can be used.
> It can't be used as a network - but it can be used in specifying a route
> to a network (i.e. to a single host),

Interesting. I never thought of using a CIDR of 32. Although now that
I'm thinking about it, I can't think of a context in which I'd put it
to use. Maybe if I really wanted to tighten up security and create a
bottleneck for routing...

-Mark Wieder
 ahsoftware at gmail.com

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