[dhcwg] Re: Last call for <draft-ietf-dhc-csr-05.txt>

Ted Lemon <mellon@nominum.com> Tue, 28 August 2001 02:55 UTC

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From: Ted Lemon <mellon@nominum.com>
Subject: [dhcwg] Re: Last call for <draft-ietf-dhc-csr-05.txt>
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> 10/8 is NOT a CIDR route. Net 10 is a common private network, and 10/8 is 
> the standard classful interpretation.

Oops, sorry - for some reason I was reading 10/8 and thinking 10/16.

> A typical server will most often be configured to send either (a) only 
> CSR, or (b) only Router and Static Routes.

If the static routes option is useful, then the server will have to be
configured to send both, because a typical site will not be upgrading
all of its Windows XP and previous clients at once.

> The Static Routes option for a single Net 10/8 entry is ten bytes.
> 
> The CSR option for a single Net 10/8 entry is eight bytes.

If I change MUST NOT to SHOULD NOT, will this answer your objection?

			       _MelloN_

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