The role of reverse zone files
bp at fib.eecs.berkeley.edu
Thu Nov 11 03:13:16 UTC 2004
Steve Sandau <ssandau at gwi.net> wrote:
> Additionally, somewhat off-topic, the .248 netmask gives you 256-248
> addresses, or 8 total. The lowest address is the network address, and
> the highest is the broadcast address. Both are unusable for hosts. This
> leaves 6 addresses for hosts, one of which is used by the router.
Ok, that clears up one mystery.
Just got a copy Albitz & Liu, 4th ed. That should
keep me quiet for a while 8-) It's surprisingly readable.
Thanks to all!
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