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    #51
    This is great, but I need to learn how to do this without a calculator
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    #52
    Great attitude to have. Practice daily and it will come to you.

    When I was studying for my CCNA, I avoided the subnetting calculators and learned it by hand. They're great tools, but can make for a crutch if you rely on them too heavily during your studies for an exam.
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    #53
    Will this get ported to, for example, Android? It makes a great onhand calculator.
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    #54
    I have a feature request. If you put your ip and subnet in it would be helpful if it jumped to the subnet in the list below where your IP lies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lesorin View Post
    This is great, but I need to learn how to do this without a calculator
    So true. It's a party trick that never ceases to amaze people.
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    #56
    Sorry for what's probably a stupid newbie question, but does the network info in blue only the relate to the first subnet? e.g. the 'valid host range' is only the range for subnet 1 and if there's more, you need to click the 'calculate all Subnets' button to view the ranges for subnets 2, 3, 4 etc. As a newbie, I found app's interface very easy to use but the blue info text confusing.
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    #57
    Thank you for this great program
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    #58
    Thanks ,how do I install this?
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