Re: DNS, DHCP and classes
Darren Salt wrote:
Don't quote me on this, but I think that all bits unset on a host address
is a routing address (or something like that) for that network. On a
x.x.x.y/24 network, that means the [pseudo] host with x.x.x.0 is used for
Wrong. It's a broadcast address.
AHa..thanks...couldn't remember [ever reading] what it was...guessed from
routing tables that used it.
Really, there should only be one broadcast address per network, but for
historical raisins, we have two.
Perhaps it's was just current thinking?
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