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Re: The use of .0/.255 addresses.
On Mon, Jun 28, 2004 at 11:41:50AM -0700, Tony Hain wrote: > > While it is often great sport to poke at MS, did you consider that this > might have nothing to do with classfullness or CIDR? I believe you will find > that 0 & -1 are invalid for whatever netmask the windows stack is given. You So you're saying that with 10.200.200.0/22, that 10.200.201.0, 10.200.202.0 and 10.200.203.0 are invalid host addresses? Setting up DHCP scopes for this space must be painful. Not to mention use of /32 addressing for loopbacks. I could almost forgive not handling /31 given that RFC3021 was onlyu published in 12/2000. Bob