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cidr & livingston (was Re: Policy Statement on Address Space Allocations)
- From: Russ Pagenkopf
- Date: Sat Jan 27 14:50:55 1996
On Sat, 27 Jan 1996, Avi Freedman wrote:
> > I can't speak for Matthew, but many smallish ISPs have legacy /24
> > allocations from using Livingston Portmasters and IRXes before they
> > could do CIDR (I *think* they solved that problem, but I don't know
> > for sure).
> I think the problem was with variable-sized subnets within a /24, not
> with subnetting at all, but I could be wrong.
The problem with Livingstons is not that you cannot subnet, but that you
cannot variably subnet as noted by Avi above.
rus (who runs nothing but Livingston and wishes he could do variable
Russ Pagenkopf (406) 542-0838 Internet Services Montana (ism.net)
Hardware and Business Manager Connecting the World to Montana
All questions can be answered thus. NO. YES. MAYBE. EH?