clint ip-address as broadcast address with mask
aguydavies at gmail.com
Tue Feb 14 11:41:18 CET 2006
Of course it has meaning. If your host is on a /23 subnet, then the
middle .255 and .0 are perfectly valid hosts.
On 14/02/06, DilipSimha.N.M <nmdsimha at gmail.com> wrote:
> why does FREERADIUS accept the client ip-address as:
> aaa.aaa.aaa.255/32 ??? (in clients.conf)
> this doesn't have any meaning as source address.
> what purpose does this serve?
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