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cidr & livingston (was Re: Policy Statement on Address Space Allocations)
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. </lurk> The problem with Livingstons is not that you cannot subnet, but that you cannot variably subnet as noted by Avi above. <lurk> rus (who runs nothing but Livingston and wishes he could do variable length subnetting) 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?