If you share registered IP addresses and NEVER permanently assign them to
your network and hosts, this is a non-issue. If CIDR or any other reason
comes along and changes your IP addresses, you only need to update the
shared global pool, and never renumber your whole net!
At 01:43 PM 9/12/95 -0700, Brian Murrell wrote:
>> The bummer with that is, (as UUNET just informed me this morning) is if I
>> switch providers or dump UUNET, they want their 256 IP adresses BACK.
>go get your own 256 host class c and then have uunet route that.
>Brian J. Murrell murrell @
>BCTel Advanced Communications brian @
>Vancouver, B.C. brian @
>604 454 5262
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