Difference between revisions of "IP Address Allocations"

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! Use
 
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|HamWAN servers
 
|HamWAN servers
 
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|[[44.136.216.32/28]]
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|[[44.135.216.32/28]]
 
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|Dstar
 
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|44.136.216.48/28
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|(available)
 
|(available)

Revision as of 23:12, 11 June 2017

We have 44.136.216.0/23 allocated to us by ampr.org

Public Address Space
Block Range Use
44.135.216.0/27 .1 .30 HamWAN servers
44.135.216.32/28 .33 .46 Dstar
44.135.216.48/28 .48 .62 (available)
44.135.216.64/26 .65 .126 (available)
44.135.216.128/25 .129 .254 (available)
44.135.217.0/24 .1 .254 DHCP pool, static allocations

We are using 10.246.0.0/16 for management. The management network is a flat /16. Each site is allocated a /24 octet, however the net mask is always /16.

Management Network
Block Range Use
10.246.1.0/24 LMK
10.246.2.0/24 BKM
10.246.3.0/24 KUI
10.246.4.0/24 CED
10.246.5.0/24 ELI