ISP customer assignments
jabley at hopcount.ca
Tue Oct 13 11:53:55 UTC 2009
On 2009-10-13, at 07:39, Scott Morris wrote:
> No idea, I haven't looked at that stuff in a while. But I would
> so, as it's easier to build a foundation than jumping straight to
> something difficult?
I've found RIP to be a reasonable way to teach the concept of a
routing protocol, since the protocol is very simple and you can always
close with "don't ever use this".
But teaching classful routing and addressing is just moronic. It's a
foundation that nothing is built on any more, and makes no sense to
teach outside of a history class.
> Or did you learn calculus in grade school? Just askin' ;)
Yes, since you asked, but your presumption is faulty.
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