[MLB-WIRELESS] DNS, DHCP, static ip...
drew at no6.com
Sun Nov 18 13:57:35 EST 2001
according to the rfc, 10.x.x.x will be used, and application for ip
blocks will be taken and assigned... but as of now, nobody has any 2
nodes linked, so doesn't really matter yet.
Matthew Boyd wrote:
>what was the consensus on this? We could go the route of using the
>192.168.x.x address space a quick and dirty route might be to attach an
>ip to the locfinder database, either just enter it in on of the
>available fields when you edit your details. That would stop people
>using the same ip in the same area for now.
>Medium term, hell I don't know, but longer term when theres a degree of
>conectivity, then I like the idea of ipv6. Just the idea though, no
>idea how to do it.
>>just a quick question, i dont know if anyone noticed my last post
>>this, but whats going to happen with ip allocation? how exactly
>>are the ips
>>going to be assigned and what type of ip will they be? (ie public,
>>the internet, or private, like on a LAN)
>>Probably more importantly, who is going to manage ip assignment?
>>if we get
>>everyone assigning their own ips nobody will ever be able to talk
>>other well and wouldnt that slow down traffic?
>>Also, would we all get domain names? instead of www we could have
>>something like that to stop confusion on the net.
>>If we used public ip like on the internet, who would we talk to
>>much would it cost?
>>By the way, as well as showing up at linux installfests, what
>>swapmeets on sundays? I often see Melbourne PC Users Group with a
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