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    SubjectRe: NFS looking good!
    On Wed, 26 Aug 1998, Alan Cox wrote:
    > > > Most ranges are netmasks however. *.foocom.com is normally actually also
    > > > 204.111.139.* as well
    > > I take differance with this I have and use CIDR just about
    > > every where .
    > > How will we do 204.111.139.128/25 ? And any of its kin ?
    >
    > I was just simplifying the point. Obviously the kernel can compute
    > a netmask just fine
    I thought the context was NFS, not the kernel , Sorry to be off
    topic. Then for a suggestion when will nfs/knfs be able to
    utilizing the above Sub-netting technique ?

    Tia, JimL
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