IP Address Fields in OMAPI
matt.causey at gmail.com
Wed Nov 25 17:15:00 UTC 2009
On Nov 25, 2009, at 8:42, Bruce Hudson <Bruce.Hudson at Dal.Ca> wrote:
>> partner-address = f0:2f:c5:09
>> local-address = 90:2f:c5:09
> At least originally, OMAPI was very careful to use network byte
> for all of its protocol bits but not for the data components; the
> DHCP data. Its been a while since I've looked at it in detail so I
> do not
> know what if anything has been changed in this area.
> It is possible I suppose that the two peers above happen to have IP
> addresses that are the same in the last three octets and differ in the
> first but the reverse order seems far more likely.
> That make your address "220.127.116.11" and your peer "18.104.22.168".
> Do you work for IBM?
Haha, nope. :) We are running this on internal ip address space.
Local is 10.11.226.20. Partner is 10.11.226.211.
So you're right that the first 3 octets match. But I have no idea
where these numbers are coming from!
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