Cisco 860 Router, /32 Subnet Mask on Interface.
Posted on 2009-02-23
So I having a brain fart right now.
I am getting a ADSL connection and the service provider will be supplying the modem, on the other side there will be a cisco 860 router that we supply. Now on my hand out of information from the service provider, they want me to use an "IP of 126.96.36.199" & Subnet Mask "of 255.255.255.255". When I enter this information into my fast ethernet interface I am getting the following message "Bad mask /32 for address"
So my question is, how do I actually enter this into the router or is there a work around.
Since I haven't entered in a /32 address into a router before.