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Hi,

First of all this is not a valid IP address to assign a host. According to the subnet mask , the block size is 8. So this address space is lies between the 172.16.64.0(network address)  to 172.16.71.255(broadcast address). The usable host IP range 172.16.64.1 - 172.16.71.254 . 

Hope it helps. 

Thanks.

 

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