At 3:47 PM 4/9/95, Howard Berkowitz wrote:
>Perhaps it's appropriate to say that before implementing
>RFC1597 addresses, it is appropriate to plan how you will
>convert from them if necessary. DHCP is one good alternative,
DHCP does somewhat less than many people may realize. It relieves
you from having to changes tables in each user host; this is wonderful.
However, you still must have a server -- on each net or available via
relaying routers -- with the necessary tables configured to hand out the
values for the user hosts.
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