- Well that overlaps because the last octet remains 'open' , but if you need to addresses to ports in 'user' mode (with hosts connected) , you don't need all of that , just use a dhcp-server (service) setup.
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Thank you for the response. I am quite new to this and don't really understand what the issue with the last octet being 'open' is. How can i close it? Also how do I use a dhcp-server (service) setup? Is that something that can be done from CLI?