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Old 23rd January 2003, 18:06   #1
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Don't know if it of use to anyone here

since I'm busy with these things, I decided to write it down for future reference

http://www.madshrimps.be/gotohowto.php?howtoID=22
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Old 23rd January 2003, 21:25   #2
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Nice, I guess I could use some of it for finetuning my router (adsl is 2 or 3 times slower since I installed the damn thing), but it's all chinese to me
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Old 23rd January 2003, 21:27   #3
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first 2 pages are REALLY usefull to understand how IP addressing works. I will rely on it on some of my upcoming howto's
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Old 23rd January 2003, 21:41   #4
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some valuable info you wrote down ... and you're right about the first 2 pages, after reading it all thru twice it's all pretty clear now

hellovagoodjob !

(got this out of a course or something ?)
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mmm, none of my network cards has settings that come close to those you mentioned. Just have asked you to drop by when you came to Leuven...
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Old 23rd January 2003, 22:01   #6
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info found in 3ton of Nortel courses I got here... trying to be as neutral as possible in the info @ the howto, cause Nortel has alot of "own" ways of doing things
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Old 16th February 2003, 18:43   #7
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I have to disagree on one part tho

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* CLASS C : 1 byte for network - 3 bytes for hosts - RANGE: 192-223.x.x.x
Should be 3 Bytes for network & 1 byte for hosts

Second note:
Classes are of no use anymore since the coming of CIDR.
classes are now only used to talk about sizes of networks.

More info on CIDR (1st link on google ) Seems a quite thorough explication.

Otherwise, nice resume
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correct zinzin , It was typo that remained unnoticed for a loooong time

yep read up on CIDR also, the classes gives a nice idea & makes it easier for dividing, earlier on they were quite necessairy , but they are superceded now by CIRD

thnkx for the nice comment
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