Network Device Configuration --> wrong information

Giorgos Keramidas keramida at
Mon Dec 4 14:47:53 UTC 2006

On 2006-02-04 00:37, Tom Van Looy <tom at> wrote:
> Tom Van Looy wrote:
> > 2.9.1 Network Device Configuration
> > ...
> > Netmask
> > The address block being used for this local area network is a Class C
> > block ( - The default netmask is for a
> > Class C network (
> >
> > --> this is wrong and should be ( - for /24.
> > It's mixed up with the RFC1918 range I guess, maybe someone can fix it.
> I forgot to mention that this is about the freebsd handbook point 2.9.1.


I've fixed the handbook section now to use as the end of
the Class C network address range, in revision 1.338 of the file

Thanks for your submission, and I apologize for not catching this
minor fix earlier.  The fixed version of the relevant section will
appear online after the next scheduled rebuild of our web site,
in a few hours :-)


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