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From: "Sikko de Graaf" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Fri, 11 Sep 1998 09:11:05 +0000
Subject: NAS port
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we have a small problem. We are using cable modems at this moment.
However the fep wich is serving the modems is generating a strange
NAS port (random) The builders of that product never thought it to be
important.. 8-(. In emerald for on-line calls I need the NAS ports
however. It means that I have to configure in emerald 50.000 NAS
ports will it be working properly. So I have a small question. is it
possible to use in emerald a part of the NAS port integer?
fi if a NAS port is 7865454 that we wil only use the last 4 digits
(5454) of the nas port
Sikko de Graaf
S.K. de Graaf
IGR Internetdiensten bv, Rotterdam
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