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In what context is this IP address / subnet mask valid?

That 10.0.10.0/24 address is interpreted by computers to mean the network address is 10.0.10.0; network engineers might refer to this as the "10.0.10 network." That /24 is the subnet mask ...
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In what context is this IP address / subnet mask valid?

10.0.10.0/24 isn't a usable host address (by the convention that the host bits may not be all zero), but it is a valid subnet address/prefix as used inside a VLAN. Likely, that label is intended to ...
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How to stop broadcasting WAN network group to LAN network group?

If you have a firewall rule permitting "LAN" clients' requests to any destination address to be forwarded out of the "WAN" interface, the pfSense does just that. If you want to ...
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