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Re: subnetmask problem posted 03/22/2007
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sorry, a bit confused. You have 2 examples here 194,202,234 and 2nd one
40,169,173,41 ?

On 3/21/07, M S <michaelgstout@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>
> Hello:
> I am looking at a summerization problem that requires the use of the most
> efficient one line access-list to permit three ip addresses to telnet
> into a router
> Can anybody verify my logic for these three numbers, please?
> 194 = 1100 0010
> 202 = 1100 1010
> 234 = 1110 1010
> ------------------------
> 40  = 0010 1000So the mask for this Octet should be 40, is that corrrect?
> 169 = 1010 1001
> 173 = 1010 1101
> 41 =   0010 1001
> ------------------------
> 132 = 1000 0100So the mask for this octet should be 132, is that
> correct.Is
> there a calculator shortcut that can be used to gain these mask values?
> Thank you very kindly.
>
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