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Re: Selection of Appropriate Local SMTP Relay
- From: Chris Cappuccio
- Date: Mon Jan 10 20:46:31 2000
On Tue, 11 Jan 2000, Joe Abley wrote:
| > Ny using octet boundaries, you're making an inference that the IP
| > addresses are being used in a classful fashion. It's doubtful this will
| > be the case in today's network.
| I don't buy your logic. By that reasoning, PTR records are not supported
| on today's network either, since they also work on octet boundaries.
Yes but the methods for delegating PTR records that are smaller then a /24
are ugly hacks. See RFC 2317 if you don't already know why.
Sorry, off topic, just had to get my gripe in there.
Gates' Law: Every 18 months, the speed of software halves.