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    Prashant Kumar Dey

    As per my assignment, I have been writing a bash script to obtain ip address from the log file and then convert them into their geological location. But the question states a tricky term that I have to investigate the ip from any host in the 172.30.1/24 network.
    I am bit confused about what he wants to say with 172.30.1/24
    24 being the CIDR number I guess. So as per me the ip range should be from –
    But this is not the answer. Can anyone explain me what this means? If you want I can post the exact question with the log file and also along with the solution.


    Paul Rouk

    It looks like you have the IP address range correct, but if the question is asking about finding the locations for IP addresses in the 172.30.1.x range, then that is probably what you need to figure out. I think the link below will be relevant to your problem.






    Prashant Kumar Dey

    Thank you for your time guys! I just solved that. The ip range was indeed from to I was just making mistake in some other stuffs due to which I was not getting the answer.



    Do you want to share? It sounds interesting to me. What course are you in? Is it on here? I want to learn to write scripts for IT. Can you write them to configure and deploy servers?








    Prashant Kumar Dey

    Hi! Yeah, I can help you guys to write the script. Just let me know what are you interested in. 🙂

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