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Re: questions: Non-internet connected IP Address default ???



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On Tue, 9 Dec 1997, Stephen Zedalis wrote:

> On Tue, 9 Dec 1997, David Oswald wrote:
> 
> >QUESTION: Is their a "generic" ip addressing scheme that should be used
> >within this company , since it is not connected in any way to the net.
> >Does it even matter? I guess I could use any address I want ...
> 
> Yes, use one of the "private" network blocks set aside for that purpose
> by IANA.  I typically use any number that starts with 10 and chose a
> netmask to suit the number of hosts needed.  Ie. 10.0.0.x with a netmask
> of 255.255.255.0 gives 254 hosts that can be used.
> 
> >QUESTION: I took a quick tour of their offices, and have noticed the hub
> >in the closet. The brand - "David Systems", never heard of it myself...
> >Will I have any problems passing TCP/IP over this hub? IP and IPX can
> >exist together, cant they ??? I don't have any information on this hub
> >other than it's name...
> 
> Yes, IP and IPX can coexist normally.
> 
> 
> 
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