|Re: Draytek Router Problem - Class C Address Only on LAN Interface?|
14 Mar 2005 03:18:23 -0800
Hmmm. Seems a bit strange that it allows you create whatever netmask|
you like on the LAN port but, in affect, only looks at the last octet.
Also, we've found that it does actually allow different subnets just
Also, how can they define their router as 'residential' use? Doesn't it
Any idea if 3COM, Linksys etc are the same ?
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