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Re: basic question about assigning ip address

Matthew Miller wrote:

> They used to have a variety of other packages offering 2, 4, or an arbitrary
> (pay a few bucks per extra) number.

Of course, one has to take into account how the ISP counts IP addresses.
According to my ISP I have 8-IP addresses.  Looking closely, you'd see that
I have 5 "usable" IP addresses.

So, potentially, if speakeasy counts the way my ISP counts then there really
may only be 1 "usable" IP address.

>> they needed the IPs.  I don't know what IP ranges they have.  If only
>> the one in the range you provided, according to checkdomain.com the
>> range that they have would only give them 2040 IPs.  At 2 per customer
>> that would mean only 1020 customers could be accommodated at one time.
> They're a national DSL provider. I think it's safe to say that they've got a
> few more than 1020 customers.

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