Policy Statement on Address Space Allocations
pferguso at cisco.com
Wed Feb 7 12:52:26 UTC 1996
A NAT solves this problem. :-)
At 08:12 AM 2/5/96 -0700, Tan Chang Hu wrote:
>> If you have a class B and use a firewall, then a /27 should be more
>> than is needed on the global Internet and they should use an address
>> from RFC1597 internally and return the /16.
> Depending on the firewall design, hosts located behind firewalls
>can conceivably access the Internet directly for certain services and in
>this case unique addresses are required. Your assumption would be valid
>when all traffic for that site is handled by proxy servers.
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