[MLB-WIRELESS] Website IP Address Assignment
Shaun Lee Clarke
clarke.shaun.l at edumail.vic.gov.au
Thu Jun 15 11:20:07 EST 2006
Cool, didn't think of lowering the node status, I'll do that shortly because
I currently have 3 ranges assigned to a node, and only one is in use.
I requested a second in the hope that it would be consecutive of the last to
create a larger subnet, but it wasn't.
"gummay.net" <gummay at gummay.net> wrote in message
news:mailman.26.1150333970.1919.melbwireless at wireless.org.au...
> You can email coders at melbournewireless.org.au and one of us will sort
> something out ;)
> Really should hack in a drop allocation link for the IP addresses *puts on
> the todo list*. The current way you can do it is bring your node status to
> lower than testing and you'll lose all allocations.
> I'll be contacting you directly shortly.
> MW WebDev Team
> Shaun Lee Clarke wrote:
>> Just wondering, once you have requested an IP range for a network on the
>> Melbourne Wireless website, how do you remove it, say when it's not
>> Or is there a large IP pool and such that excess ranges are not an issue?
>> Also, is it possible to request 2 adjacent IP ranges to create a larger
>> subnet? _______________________________________________
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