Gary Gatten Ggatten at
Thu Aug 20 22:50:37 CEST 2009

If I understand you correctly - I respectfully submit you are incorrect.
When using VLSM / classless masks to define a NETWORK, you are correct
(I haven't checked the math - just assuming you are correct).  However,
when defining ACL type stuff, the proposed /29 would be perfectly OK.
That said, I'm speaking strictly of my experience with routers,
firewalls, etc.  If FR supports this I can't say for sure.



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you can not to use /29 for 8 IPs because 3 bits have exactly 8
combination ,..x000 is the network and ...x111 is the difusion ,then
really you have 6 IPs with /29, you need /28 16 combinations minus
two,min 14 IPs for 8 numbers.

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