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For anyone wondering why the Network-number is 0 in this case, 0.1.2.0/24 breaks down as follows: Network = (8 bits) 0 Subnetwork (16 bits) = 1.2 Host part = remaining 8 bits Given that the MSB of the first octet is 0, it must be class A, with an implied network portion of 8 bits. It is subnetted a further 16 bits (the next two octets). Given things like ...
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