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Multiple names for one Class C Net

In article <2rf059$20t6@info2.rus.uni-stuttgart.de>, NEPUSTIL,ULRICH
<NL@iswvax> wrote:
>From: NL@iswvax (NEPUSTIL,ULRICH)

Your news posting software is broken; please fix it.

>i have a (perhaps simple) problem. Is ist possible, to register a
>class c net under two domain names. The situation:

The relationship between IP addresses and domain names is entirely
arbitrary.

A domain can contain hostnames which resolve to addresses on many
different networks.  A network can have hosts whose names are from many
different domains.

What you want to do is no problem at all.

Tim.
--
Tim Goodwin        | "Consider Microsoft defining the network that connects
Public IP Exchange | all our TV's, telephones, and computers." -- Rob Pike

Original headers:

From: tim@pipex.net (Tim Goodwin)
Newsgroups: comp.protocols.tcp-ip.domains
Subject: Re: Multiple names for one Class C Net
Date: 23 May 1994 17:22:24 +0100
Organization: PIPEX, 216 Science Park, Cambridge CB4 4WA, England
Message-ID: <2rql80$10h@tank.pipex.net>
References: <2rf059$20t6@info2.rus.uni-stuttgart.de>

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