Ian Marr wrote this...
> A. Padgett Peterson, P.E. Information Security writes:
> > >I have a client who has an IP network based on a non-registered B class
> > >address. They wish to connect to the Internet and can either:
> > The easiest mechaism would be to use a translating system to exchange
> > internal IP addresses for external ones.
> Easy ?! I'm not so sure. But has anyone built such a beast ?
yeah, i dont think it would be that difficult, make a hashing function that
handles collisions, then once you get an address shove it in an active
hash table. i dont think it would that difficult, just a matter of sitting
down and doing it.
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