ro add 44.136.0/24 problem.
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- Subject: ro add 44.136.0/24 problem.
- From: "Carl Makin" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 23 Jan 92 08:26:07 -11:00:00
> It looks like there may be a problem in the "route" or "rip" code.
> If you do the following add
> route add 44.136.0/24 ax0
> RIP broadcasts it as "44.136/16". As 44.136.0/24 is the class c
> I always thought this was a problem with the concept of RIP, it
> doesn't transmit the applicable subnet mask along with the subnet.
Oh. It's a problem with the RIP spec. :-( Well I may have to
shift the local net to 44.136.1.n. :-( (Luckily there are only
36 numbers allocated.)
Are there any ways around it? (Aside from adding the route