also I think you have to have a good reason to get assigned a large amount
of addresses nowadays... unless you are going for a webfarm or something I
doubt you'd get them... for a LAN internal IP + NAT is usually suggested..
On Wed, 7 Nov 2001, AJ McKee wrote:
> Hi All,
>> Anyone got an idea of how I would obtain a ip class C address range and how
> much if would cost?
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