On Thu, 2004-04-08 at 08:01, Travis Bell wrote:
> How do I go about adding a second class c of IP address' to the LAN
Since "classes" are deprecated, and especially since m0n0wall doesn't
refer to them in any way at all in its interface, the CIDR (Classless
Inter-Domain Routing) terminology should be used.
So, you have a LAN on a /24 right now? Do you want to add extra hosts
that are addressable by all those machines? If that's the case, then
you need to change the subnet mask to a /23. Simple, eh? The joys of
Oh, don't forget to do an "ipconfig /renew" if these are all
DHCP-assigned Windows boxen, or whatever is needed to update the IPs on
all of these machines. Changing the subnet changes the network, and
those with the old subnet (/24) will not be able to communicate with any
machines in the new part of that network.
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