[PLUG-TALK] PXE and Class B

Russell Johnson russ at dimstar.net
Thu Mar 24 10:16:57 PDT 2011


On Mar 24, 2011, at 8:39 AM, Larry Brigman wrote:

>> Anybody out there work with Boot servers? I'm seeing an issue with a
>> vendor supplied boot server using a class B subnet. I have a DHCP
>> server, a bootp server at 10.32.240.73, a target server at 10.32.200.7,
>> and a gateway at 10.32.1.1. There is no routing hardware between the the
>> bootp, DHCP, and target servers.
> I run a pxe/dhcp server on a class B network.  The info you provided above is
> a class A network.

Given the information above, I can't tell if it's class A, B, C or classless, as there are no subnet masks, nor CIDR given. 

While the 10.0.0.0/8 subnet is a class A network, it's also perfectly valid to use the 10.32.0.0/16, which would be a class B. 

Russell Johnson
russ at dimstar.net






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