> > Anyone got an idea of how I would obtain a ip class C address range and how
> > much if would cost?
>> There's no such thing as a "Class C" address range since CIDR and subnetting
> became the norm some years ago - or class A or B for that matter.
Erm - in the heart of an ISP, where CIDR rules - the notions of classful
addressing have been banished for a long while... but in the land of users
most applications and operating systems are still classful... RIPv1 is
still alive in the world, and to it - classful addressing is still the
So while it would be nice to say that we've banished the beast - it still
lives on in places outside the core of the internet.
However, we do still live in hope :)
** Chris Higgins e: chris.higgins at horizon.ie **
** Technical Business Development tel: +353-1-6204916 **
** Horizon Technology Group fax: +353-1-6204949 **
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