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  1. We can't, there is no such thing :slight_smile: IPv6 addresses are 128 bit and hexadecimal, IPv4 has 32 bit decimal addresses.

  2. Thanks Mathijs, it has been fixed.

  3. Hi Rene,
    "In the decimal system we count from 1-10, in the hexadecimal system we count from 1 – F"
    should be "decimal 0-9, hexadecimal 0-F" :slight_smile:

  4. Hi Georgi,

    That is so true, especially for computers :wink: Just edited the post...thanks!

    Rene

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