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Date:      Mon, 02 Jun 1997 09:57:35 -0700
From:      "Charles H. Peterson, Jr." <peterson@cc.berkshire.org>
To:        richardw@ns.telegroup.com
Cc:        Nathan Schuler <nschuler@sparrow.sanasys.com>, bsdi-users@bsdi.com, freebsd-questions@FreeBSD.ORG
Subject:   Re: telnet
Message-ID:  <3392FB7F.10AE@cc.berkshire.org>
References:  <2.2.32.19970601041228.006e9abc@sparrow.sanasys.com> <3390D9A0.3522@mail.telegroup.com>

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Richard Windmann wrote:
> 
> In your particular case, the gateway is .10, not .1 - why I don't know -
> who set up that net anyway?  Check all your configs under /etc - that
> is, after you check to see if the net is up at all?

Excuse me!!  There is certainly nothing magic about a Gateway have a 
xxx.xxx.xxx.1 address.  There is NO .1 rule.  Whatever made you say that
and 'flame' whoever set it up at the same time????

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Berkshire Community College

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