Hi,

What is the difference between 192.168.1.16-32 and 192.168.1.16/32?

Is it the same?

Thanks..

Re: Difference 80 80

One is a valid network address (the second one) + subnet mask, the other is not.

Re: Difference 80 80

The first notation does not appear to be a standard way of writing an IP address, a range of IPs or an IP with the subnet mask. The second one of the ways you can express an IP address with its subnet mask.

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