A,B,C-class vs subnetting


Russell Nelson (nelson@clutx.clarkson.edu)
Sat, 19 Dec 87 21:54:03 EST


As far as I can tell, subnetting is a generalization of the A, B, and C class
concept. Can someone explain this as sweetly as the recent paper on gateways
versus routers did? Even if you can't do as good a job, I'd still like to
know :-).
-russ



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