Address Allocations in 44.135
- To: TCP-Group@ucsd.edu
- Subject: Address Allocations in 44.135
- From: email@example.com (David B. Toth)
- Date: Thu, 1 Dec 1994 15:26:58 -0500 (EST)
First: Barry McLarnon said ---
> >Since Canada has an allotment (44.135.x.y) that is barely sufficient to
> >cover its current amateur population even if administered as a flat
> >address space, I certainly hope that we have *all* of the last 2 octets
> >to work with!
Then Brian Kantor said:
> Of course you do. The subnetting scheme discussed here applies only
> within the USA. Toth came up with some other way to split it up for
> Canada, as (presumably) did each of the other national coordinators.
> And if you need more space, I'll assign another block. Is every
> Canadian ham really on tcp/ip packet? That's astonishing!
> - Brian
So Toth says "Yes, I split up Canada along geographical lines, which is
what our silly politicians have done for years, so it may have been a
mistake, but it is as good a scheme as anything I could think of ...
Which is why I am happy to observe this mess from the confines of North
Carolina, which is even more behind in networking technology than the area
I left - and they seem HAPPY, so who am I to burst their bubble."
(still waiting for a NC Internet feed!)