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I read rfc 2373 section 2.4. I said that the prefix is 001 in binary and that translates to 2000::/3. I don't get it. How does 001 in binary equal to 2000 in hex? Thanks
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2000 in hex is 0010 0000 0000 0000 in binary therefore the prefix (start) is 001
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