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Is there a difference between NetID and Network Address?

To answer the titular question... "Network Address" is a well defined term. (in many RFC's) NetID is not. The Network Address is the all-zeros address of a subnet. For a /24, that's a dot-...
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Is there a difference between NetID and Network Address?

Network Address i see as anything ending with 0 Example: 192.168.0.0 Not correct. A network address or prefix is anything where the host bits are all 0. Your example works for /24 only. With e.g. a /...
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Is there a difference between NetID and Network Address?

Your "gist" is wrong, unfortunately. "0"s and "255"s may or may not indicate anything. The important thing to remember is that IP addresses are 32-bit binary numbers. ...
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Logic of subnetmask 255.255.255.252 networking in Packet Tracer

The rule is: you cannot use the first and the last IP of a subnet. The first IP is reserved for the network address. The last IP is defined as the broadcast. A subnet with a mask of 255.255.255.252 ...
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Why is inter-VLAN communication not working in my network set-up in Cisco Packet Tracer?

First, you must create both VLANs on both switches, not just VLAN 10 on Switch 1 and VLAN 20 on Switch 2, but both VLANs on both switches: vlan 10 name Switch_1_VLAN ! vlan 20 name Switch_2_VLAN ! ...
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Why is inter-VLAN communication not working in my network set-up in Cisco Packet Tracer?

First checks with VLAN-related problems: Have the VLANs been properly created on all switches? Assigning them without explicitly creating them (VLAN xx↵) doesn't always work. Can each node ping its ...
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