[NBLUG/talk] Networking newbie
scott at corp.sonic.net
Tue Jan 10 13:49:30 PST 2006
On Tue, Jan 10, 2006 at 09:37:33AM -0800, Dean A. Roman wrote:
> The subnet number and the subnet mask need to match. The mask describes
> what portion of the IP number should be used for the network portion and
> the host portion. When you specify a subnet your talking about the
> entire section of network that your systems will connect to.
I thought I'd point out the tutorials that I used to wrap my head around IP
networks, and the source documents for training folks at the JC regarding
IP addresses, subnets, netmasks, etc...
The first two docs are "tcp-ip-intro.txt" and "tcp-ip-admin.txt", both
(c) 1988 by Charles Hedrick of Rutgers. (Be sure and read them with a
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