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01-18-2009 12:45 AM
therapy23
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Originally Posted by SEMIJim View Post
Well I'll tell ya anyway! (Tho you can go ahead and forget it, because it's actually an obsolete term.)


. I won't even attempt to explain how netblocks are formed from a network address plus a netmask .

Jim
Thank you for not doing that!
01-18-2009 12:40 AM
SEMIJim
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Originally Posted by therapy23 View Post
Exactly what I was thinking.

What the heck is subnet C?

I don't want to know as I will just forget it.
Well I'll tell ya anyway! (Tho you can go ahead and forget it, because it's actually an obsolete term.)

Once-upon-a-time, blocks of network addresses were classified as "Class A," "Class B," or "Class C." (There was a "Class D," too, but it was never used.) These were network blocks (aka: "netblocks") of 16 million, 32 thousand, and 256 IP addresses, respectively. But that convention is long-dead ("long" in Internet time, that is), and now we use what's called Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR) addressing. In modern terms, a "Class C" netblock would be referred-to as a "/24" (slash 24), which, again, is a block of 256 consecutive IP addresses. I won't even attempt to explain how netblocks are formed from a network address plus a netmask .

Jim
01-18-2009 12:17 AM
therapy23
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Originally Posted by djodenda View Post
Gee.. I've just realized that I'm surrounded by geeks at work AND on Sailnet!


David
Exactly what I was thinking.

What the heck is subnet C?

I don't want to know as I will just forget it.
01-17-2009 10:45 PM
sailaway21
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I just logged on today (01/17/09) and the whole second page is logged jammed with spam. While your at it, you may want to clean up the older for sale adds still on the site. I would think after one year, they could be removed.
...and here I was thinking that was one of my more concise posts.
01-17-2009 06:11 PM
camaraderie I didn't see any either JRP.
01-17-2009 02:34 PM
JohnRPollard
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I just logged on today (01/17/09) and the whole second page is logged jammed with spam. While your at it, you may want to clean up the older for sale adds still on the site. I would think after one year, they could be removed.
Hutch,

I have no reports of spam. Where is it? Did you report it?

Also, not sure what you mean by "the whole second page"?
01-17-2009 12:08 PM
hutch5151 I just logged on today (01/17/09) and the whole second page is logged jammed with spam. While your at it, you may want to clean up the older for sale adds still on the site. I would think after one year, they could be removed.
01-16-2009 08:30 PM
werebeagle [QUOTE=JohnRPollard;433036 Anyone that abused the spam button (say, by reporting Sailaway's posts ) .[/QUOTE]

but aren't his posts legitimate SPAM?
01-16-2009 08:03 PM
sailaway21 Are you guys saying that all those Chinese characters aren't advertising for Catalina? I thought that was just part of the new sailnet advert program.
01-16-2009 04:30 PM
ckgreenman hehe We're taking over the world
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