Posted Thu, 01 Jan 2015 06:00:00 GMT by Portal Admin

Q. What does it mean when InterMapper reports that a "subnet mask is discontiguous"?

A. A subnet mask should contain one bits in the "host part" (the left side of the mask) and zero bits on the right.

A subnet mask that has zero bits interspersed in the host part of the subnet mask is generally a configuration error. InterMapper points this out by turning the device orange and displaying this error:

Reason: there are zero's in the host part of the subnet mask.

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