> The biggest problem, currently, with using anything other that class
> based routing inside a Unix box is that *VERY FEW* support classless
> routes. The only versions of Unix where I know it is possible are
> those based upon NET-2 (ie BSDI/NetBSD/FreeBSD).
> p.s. why was this on firewalls ? I assumed it was on an ID*R list.
To briefly outline the issues with thinking in classful terms.
It does have an impact on firewalls, since it involves the routes
'available' to any particular access point.
'Nuf said. :-)
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