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Networking, sbunets and network

Given the following

    10.14.10.8   /29   (or 255.255.255.2480

    Network:   10.14.10.8/29        
    HostMin:   10.14.10.9            
    HostMax:   10.14.10.14          
    Broadcast: 10.14.10.15 

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All sender IP's that contain the bit equivalent of 10.14.10.8 are in the same subnet, and thus are not routed.

What about 10.14.10.32  ?
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Los Angeles1
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ozoCommented:
10.14.10.32 is not in 10.14.10.8/29
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Justin YeungCommented:
/29 only has 6 usable IP address

if 10.14.10.8/29

you will have usable from 10.14.10.9 - 10.14.10.15
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woolmilkporcCommented:
10.14.10.32 is binary 00001010.00001110.00001010.00100000
10.14.10.8   is binary 00001010.00001110.00001010.00001000

so the first 29 bits are not the same.
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