- The IP Address and Classes
- Basic IP Routing
- Advanced IP Routing
- IPX Routing
- Appendix: Restrictions in the use of class C subnetting
This tutorial is intended to supply enough information to set up a relatively simpleor Internet-connected LAN using Sangoma’s Data Networking/Router Cards or other routers. Explanations of IP addresses, classes, Netmask asks, subnetting, and routing are provided, and several example networks are considered. Example address and routing configurations are provided for running Sangoma’s Router Cards under the following protocol stacks and platforms: Unix and Linux, Microsoft on Windows NT Workstation/Server and Windows 95, and others. A basic explanation of IPX routing is also included.
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