Bruce G. Barnett (email@example.com)
27 Oct 88 02:44:26 GMT
In article <8810241542.AA07439@KAUAI.MCL.UNISYS.COM>, >, jose@MCL (Jose Rodriguez) writes:
>Is there a need for class A addresses?
Well, If you expect to have the number of machines a company like GE
expects, there is some advantage to getting a single block of numbers
and assigning the network numbers from one organization.
Having dozens of divisions of GE requesting their own class C and B networks
seems much more inefficient. Especially when many sites have little experience
with the internet.
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