#36 Using / subnet notation leads to unexpected results

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example:
subnet 10.0.250.0/24
subnet 192.168.0.0/27

Which results in:
bandwidthd: Monitoring subnet 10.0.250.0 with netmask 10.0.250.0
bandwidthd: Monitoring subnet 192.168.0.0 with netmask 192.168.0.0

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Thanks!

Discussion

  • Scott Ullrich

    Scott Ullrich - 2007-02-05

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    Forgot to specify, we are running FreeBSD 6.2.

     
  • bigb2006

    bigb2006 - 2009-01-23

    I have the same problem, but it's not only w/ a "/", if I use a regular netmask, it does the same thing. Always has an IP matching the subnet.

    Ubuntu 8.10 here.

     

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