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Many blocks can have the same prefix length. The prefix length only determines the number of addresses in the block, not the block itself. Two blocks can have the same prefix length but start in two different point in the address space. For example, the following two blocks

127.15.12.32/27      174.18.19.64/27

have the same prefix length, but they are definitely two different blocks. The length of the blocks are the same, but the blocks are different.

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