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SubjectRe: Class B, Name lookups? BUG?
> Anno Domini 22 Jun 96 at 12:27, Jon Tombs wrote:
> > I have a machine which with IP aliasing is in 3 different networks (class B,C
> > and D/subnetted), and the linux routing is able to sort it all out, your
> ++++++++++++
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> Class D ???? Is that Your own invention or official ??
>
> Cheers Lauri..
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Class D addresses are multicast addresses. Class E addresses are experimental
addresses. How that other guy thought thay class D can be subnetted is beyond
me though. "Stay right here while I go subnet this multicast address!
THWACK!"

Tom


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