Re: How do you break up a B class number?


Charles Hedrick (hedrick@topaz.rutgers.edu)
Sun, 2 Aug 87 22:22:14 EDT


There is a compromise possible on the variable net mask issue. Many
implementations of IP allow for more than one subnet on a given
Ethernet. So you could pick a single mask that led to smallish
network sizes, and then for a few networks with lots of hosts, simply
use more than one subnet number for them.



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