[nsp] Ip address on interface

Voll, Scott Scott.Voll at wesd.org
Wed Mar 5 08:26:07 EST 2003

ip address is the network.... it is not a
real IP address.... it's like the is the broadcast.

I didn't know you could use 0 as an IP but if you use ip address  then is the network and is the broadcast.

Does that answer your question?

Scott Voll
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Willamette ESD
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-----Original Message-----
From: Roberto Paoletti [mailto:rob.paol at iol.it] 
Sent: Wednesday, March 05, 2003 8:17 AM
To: cisco-nsp at puck.nether.net
Subject: [nsp] Ip address on interface

Hi all,
i'd like to do a question, i configured on my router an ip address on
the serial interface and i assigned this :
ip address
and the response is Bad Mask....that's all right.
I don't know why if i assigned this :
ip address 
it accept this command.
Is it maybe a stupid question?????
Is it correct????
Roberto Paoletti

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