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I think I've found the answer in the SRP500 series whitepaper but just to confirm, as I find that the SRP520 models can only handle class C subnet masks, I could not see any class B subnets in the pull down menu even though I entered a class A address as a LAN IP, must I use a class B LAN IP to see the class B subnet masks in the pull down menu of an SRP521w or SRP527w?
I haven't tried any 540 models yet, can anyone confirm that you can use all class subnets on these units before purchasing?
Ideally all small business products either pro or simply small business support class c subnet. Some of the devices may let you enter in a class a or b mask but the device won't be able to handle that multitude of users.
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