Re: Should we share?
- To: Raul Deluth Miller <email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: Should we share?
- From: "Chris Cox W0/G4JEC" <CHRISC@central.nmmc.com>
- Date: Thu, 1 Dec 1994 07:24:32 CST6
- Organization: North Memorial Medical Center
- Priority: normal
> Here's how I'd manage ham ip, if it were mine to design:
> (*) mapping of call signs to ip numbers happens with DNS.
How would you propose to assign addresses to multiple devices? I
suppose that you could add an additional character to the callsign for
the various additional hosts, however, it does impose some artificial
limit on the number of hosts that can be addressed by any one
callsign. How would you handle more imaginitive hostnames than, for
I suppose a host could have more than one name (or perhaps just use
the callsign+unit identifier just to create an ip address) but it
gets a little messy, does it not?
Chris Cox W0/G4JEC chrisc@Central.NMMC.Com
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