Manual - Appendix I: Dot notation to CIDR notation translation table
The following table shows how to convert common dot-notation subnet masks to CIDR-notation subnet bits.
As an example: The subnet mask
255.255.0.0 , when applied to
172.16.0.0 , will cover the addresses
172.16.255.255 . To refer to this same range of addresses in CIDR notation, use
172.16.0.0/16 . To refer to the single IP address
172.16.0.1 , use
Number of IP addresses
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