Wrong IP calculation after Whitelisting on MineMeld


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Wrong IP calculation after Whitelisting on MineMeld



I have installed MineMeld  and it works fine. Before creating our configuration I wanted to test something on Whitelisting as it is going to help on what we are aiming to do with MineMeld.  I hope the below finding is a configuration mistake or something i have missed and not an issue in MineMeld.  


Simple when i whitelist two IP from a subnet /24 or any subnet the output misses IPs 

i whitelisted as an example && . any two+ IP will trigger the below issue in any subnet .

As you can see it has taken  10 out and 24 but has not included 11 - 23 wich is an issue.

Can you please confirm this behaviour .



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Thank you @lmori for your prompt response and fix. I have installed via ansible in CentOS 7 - to share the good experience  had to amend the CentOS-7-post.yml file due to missing some packages , worked as treat nice work :-). 


ON that, do i have to resinstall to get the update can you please advice ( i have no data yet so thats no issue) .


Thank you 





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Imori, thank you so much for this fix!

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