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If I am asked to provide one IP address in the range of 10.213.0.x/32 IP.  What is the range of my options?
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Your range would be the single IP 10.213.0.x
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So the only address from this could be:

10.213.0.0
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No, it could be any IP from 10.213.0.1 to 10.213.0.254, but /32 means 255.255.255.255, so it only covers that single IP you choose.  A subnet with only 1 IP.
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