DoD IP Space
mark at tinka.africa
Thu Feb 11 04:13:12 UTC 2021
On 2/10/21 19:50, Doug Barton wrote:
> I also reject the premise that any org, no matter how large, needs to
> uniquely number every endpoint. When I was doing IPAM for a living,
> not allowing the workstations in Tucson to talk to the printers in
> Singapore was considered a feature.
Preventing communication exchange between devices does not have to be
driven by their IP addressing.
> I even had one customer who wanted the printers to all have the same
> (1918) IP address in every office because they had a lot of sales
> people who traveled between offices who couldn't handle reconfiguring
> every time they visited a new location. I thought it was a little too
> precious personally, but the customer is always right. :)
It's 2021 - Bonjour. You're welcome :-).
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