(Non)-Uniqueness of Net Names
Martijn Roos Lindgreen martijn at nluug.nl
Wed Jul 7 11:03:10 CEST 1993
> > The most useful reason for their being there IMHO is to be able to build > > an /etc/networks file from them. This means, of course, they need to > > be unique. > > I thought we were beyond flat file directories *on a global scale*. Not really, we use the /etc/networks file for our IP-accounting as a last resort if part of the DNS system is out of order. Martijn.
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