We're trying to debug a connection issue, and I can't find any solid documentation one way or the other. I'm not positive of the hardware we're using, but we can assume Cisco for now, as I doubt there's much difference for this question.
Take the following example ACL entry:
1800 permit tcp 10.74.10.50/32 10.74.150.21/32 range 10000 19999
Will this work? I questioned this, as a
/32 traditionally means nothing beyond the subnet ID and broadcast address are usable. I was told that subnetting works differently for ACL entries, and that the
/32 here means that only the address given will be permitted.
Could someone let me know which is correct?