Nahh I was just wondering on how one would get one. I know a guy who has a
whole class C address space and is think of getting rid of it. He does have a
leased line and has had this range of address since time began.
On Wednesday 07 November 2001 6:53 am, Thomas Bridge wrote:
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>> At 09:38 07/11/2001 -0500, you wrote:
> >Hi All,
> >Anyone got an idea of how I would obtain a ip class C address range and
> > how much if would cost?
>> Depends what you want it for. You'd normally need to go to your ISP and
> get the IP space from them - but most ISPs won't give you a class C with
> out a leased line (and possibly a big one at that). You'd also need to
> justify the space usage.
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