Addressing schemes for a MAN

Any large-scale network must have an addressing scheme that somehow uniquely identifies them within that network. In our case, there's no way we're going to get enough real IP address space to cover all the hosts we would like to have as part of our cloud. That means we're going to have to use a private address range, specifically 10.x (because it's big e nough). These addresses have to be allocated throughout the cloud in a way that both makes sense to the humans operating it, and optimizes the routing patterns that have to be set up at each point in the network. d


ManAddressing (last edited 2007-11-23 18:02:13 by localhost)