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  1. Rene,

    Looks like the third example have mistakes. The summary address should be 2001:DB8::/60. can you confirm??

  2. Got it. I have done the same mistake which have mentioned. I have calculated wrongly before reading details.
    "Be careful that you don't accidently convert number 12 from decimal to binary."

  3. Hi Pavithra,

    It should be /59. In the 4th hextet, we have 11 similar bits.

    16 + 16 + 16 + 11 = 59

    Rene

  4. Good that you have found it :slight_smile: It's easy to see 12 (twelve) instead of 12 (one two).

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