[ILUG] Class C Addresses
dave.wilson at heanet.ie
Wed Nov 7 09:43:06 GMT 2001
> Anyone got an idea of how I would obtain a ip class C address range and how
> much if would cost?
There's no such thing as a "Class C" address range since CIDR and subnetting
became the norm some years ago - or class A or B for that matter. Even if you
could get one, much of the internet would not route your network anymore.
The procedure now is to apply to your ISP for as many addresses as you need,
and they'll be assigned to you from their RIPE allocation (or ARIN or APNIC,
depending on the part of the world you're from). Your ISP should have the
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