I find it hard to believe some of the things I
learn from time to time about Windows. A "did you know?"
moment: Windows 2000 RAS will request DHCP assignments in
blocks of 10, regardless of whether or not it uses all 10.
Wonder what it does when only two or three are left for
assignment? It will also automagically assign addresses from
a "magic" internal pool if it can't reach the DHCP server.
And it's not RFC
1918-dictated space. Nice. Wonder if ARIN approved that use (I
know they've been insistant about not approving requests for
space used in books or literature...)?
( Tag object (1) ) April 16, 2001 12:24:00 PM