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Re: Re[4]: Firewall in an internet-caffe

That's exactly right, Arne ... the key word is "assume". You and I (and
others) have been guessing about important details of this guy's setup. All
I've been trying to do is make my guesses explicit rather than hidden
assumptions in my answers. What we really need is for him to describe the
setup a bit more precisely and completely.

At 12:35 AM 5/28/01 +0200, Arne P. Boettger wrote:
>On Sun, May 27, 2001 at 03:10:00PM -0700, Ray Olszewski wrote:
>> Finally, I assume you mean a.b.c.1 to a.b.c.30. .31 is your broadcast
>> address, and .32 is the network address of the "next" network (a.b.c.32-63). 
>Here you assume that the Cafe uses a subnet, but maybe the provider
>just provides a big ethernet with 1/8th of a class C net given to
>the cafe.
>It would definitely be interesting to know the netmask of the
>internal machines. Is is as Ray guessed,, or maybe

------------------------------------"Never tell me the odds!"---
Ray Olszewski                                        -- Han Solo
Palo Alto, CA           	 	         ray@comarre.com        

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