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chris at mydriasis.com
Wed Mar 22 14:00:43 PST 2000
..0 in the last octet does always specify a network address, but its fine in
either the 2nd or 3rd octet, provided your subnet mask is at least
On Wed, 22 Mar 2000, Cliff wrote:
> Well, I would start by checking if the NT box can ping the redhat box.
> If that doesn't work, then something more fundamental is going on
> (someone correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't 0 in an IP address only used
> when specifying an entire network like 192.168.0.0 ?).
> I'm not sure what firewall rules you're looking for. Typing ipchains -L
> will list the ipchains ruleset configuration.
> Hope this helps,
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