SSH between computers on LAN
derek at pointerstop.ca
Mon Jan 26 02:50:41 UTC 2009
Nils Kassube wrote:
> Geff Lampshire wrote:
>> Haven't been paying real close attention to this - but suggest you stop
>> putting "0" in the third octet - you may be running afoul of an
>> inability of one (or both) of your routers to handle the
>> classful/classless and zero address issues.
> Not sure what you mean but 192.168.0.0 with netmask 255.255.255.0 is a
> valid network.
Not only that, but probably 90% of all the home networks in the world are
using 192.168.0.*, as that is the default for all the home routers I've used
(and my Linksys routers won't even let you use anything else unless you flash
the firmware) .
>> You did set "classless" right?
> I don't think you can set that anywhere in the usual routers. After all
> the old classful networks still work with CIDR.
Never seen an option specifically mentioning "classless"
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