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Re: New Subnet Rule [7:47670] posted 07/01/2002
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""Howard C. Berkowitz""  wrote in message
news:200206302155.RAA25567@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> At 8:44 PM -0400 6/29/02, Priscilla Oppenheimer wrote:
> >At 12:49 PM 6/29/02, Michael L. Williams wrote:
> >>I have successfully used both an "all-zeros" and an "all-ones" subnet on
> >>Windows 9x.  (192.168.0.0/24 and 192.168.255.0/24)  Works fine.
> >
> >Those aren't subnets, though, since it's class C.
> >
> >Priscilla
>
> Ah, Priscilla, Priscilla, Priscilla.  And all along I respected you
> because I thought your design thinking had no class.
>
> It would be accurate to say 192/8 is the traditional Class C space,

CL: 192/3?  "Class C"  space includes anything from 192/8 through 223/8 Am I
constructing the CIDR block correctly?

CL: also, in a situation where it matters, would an ISP advertsie 192/8,
recognizing it contains defined private space?


> with the assumption of a /24 mask. To have shorter masks in that
> space does imply CIDR awareness, but there can still be significant
> problems -- and carrier filtering issues -- merely because something
> is in 192/8.
>
> Ironically, I once had a /22 in 192/8, which was generally subnetted
> into /25's. There were a couple of sites where I could have used a
> /24, but chose not to because any /24 tends to draw unneeded
> attention of the Address Vigilantes.
>
> >
> >
> >>Mike W.
> >>
> >>"Kazan, Naim"  wrote in message
> >>news:200206290048.UAA17304@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> >>  > Ok, now that we know the answer to that question? Will windows
support
> >  > > subnets 0-255.




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