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SubjectRe: unnumbered interfaces?
On Thu, 1 Nov 2001, Remco Post wrote:
> Having said this, unnumbered interfaces are quite rare in ip networks, most
> backbones use ip addresses on all of the interfaces of their routers. (do a
> traceroute to anywhere, you'll find very few hops that show no ip address).

unnumbered interfaces are more common than you think -- most dialup ppp
servers use them. iirc the linux pppd supports them too.

-Dan
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