I received the following message from a client of mine.. I thought that =
when a customer dialed in we were suppose to give them a mask of =
255.255.255.255 so that they could not some how use other IP's on that =
class c network.
Any help or advise would be appreciated...
To whom it may concern:
I am running a Win2k machine, and connecting to you as my ISP. I am =
guessing you are running NT 4.0 boxes, or something similar, because I =
am receiving something strange. My subnet mask appears to be =
255.255.255.255 whenever I am connected to you. While this is normally =
impossible, it is happening, and it is interfering with some security =
software I am running. I would appreciate it if you could fix it. =
Included is the URL with the problem description and resolution as per =
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