VLSM Calculation

Posted on 2010-08-24
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Last Modified: 2012-05-10

I am calculating the following subnet of with using VLSM but I got the last 2 network for WAN link incorrect but the result of last two networks should be and  Can anyone point out why?
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/30 represents 4 IP address two useable.
0-3 etc.
If "Your Address" is what you selected, you interpreted /30 as /22 136.199.240/22 will have the next segment as
Are you supposed to account for every IP in the block?

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