SMURF amplifier block list

Dean Anderson dean at
Sat Apr 18 18:33:38 UTC 1998

At 1:39 PM -0400 4/18/98, Dan Boehlke wrote:
>What about people who didn't subnet their class B on the eight bit
>boundry, but made larger subnets instead?  What about the class B that
>doesn't appear to be subnetted at all?  What about supernetted class C
>networks?  A trailing .255 can be a valid host.

Indeed. I think that MIT uses /16 netmasks in some places, and uses numbers
like, and would expect to use


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