[SunRescue] Stupid NVRAM questions
martin at dsres.com
Wed Feb 2 09:19:06 CST 2000
Tim Hauber wrote:
> netmasks are almost always the numbers 128,192,224,240,248,252,254,or
> 255, because they are a binary mask with no holes, so it will be a
> group of consecutive set bits starting at the MSB (the left). I have
> never set up a nemask with holes, but I guess it would work, be
> interesting to try it.
RFC 950 specifically allows this for subnets only.
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