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Re: 16 year old bug
>> IMO anything that pretends to implement IPv4 but which doesn't do
>> noncontiguous netasks is simply broken, I don't care whether it
>> comes from Cisco or Netgear or NetBSD.
> For that to work at all across multiple implementations would require
> a standard to tell you, when your destination address matches more
> than one route, which of those routes takes precedence.
That...disagrees with my experience.
I ran my house LAN with a noncontiguous netmask for years without any
such standard. Worked just fine.
Perhaps you meant "to work consistently in certain cases" rather than
"to work at all"?
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