Stuart Levy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sun, 15 Nov 87 10:24:48 CST
Is dynamic IP addressing necessary? Rather than having the dialled-into
system pick an address for its caller, how about if the caller asks
for a particular IP address and authenticates itself with, say,
a password? That same calling host would always ask for the same address.
The name-address association could be permanent, only the connections
would be temporary.
Stuart Levy, Minn. Supercomputer Center
email@example.com, 612 626 0211
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