Also, it goes without saying that classful routing protocols have outlived
their usefulness, and should be abandoned at one's earliest convenience.
In fact, RIPv1 has been declared historical (or, rather, hysterical).
At 08:53 PM 9/30/96 -0500, Charles_Ragan @
>One other note, rfc 1878's recommendation allows for the usage of the first
>and last subnet. Routing protocols that carry subnet information in its
>updates allow for this. Ones that don't (igrp, static, ripv1, etc.). The
>practice I follow is to use them last, if needed.
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