IP Subnetting

The main reason why IPv6, or IP next generation (IPng) as it was known in 1994, began development was due to the impending exhaustion of IPv4 addresses. The IETF officially adopted RFC 2460 in December 1998, and IPv6 was born! Part of the problem in the mid-90’s was the inability for companies and consumers to buy a chunk of IP addresses, instead of huge sections of the IP block, like Hewlett-Packard being assigned, or Apple having To put

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Finally Migrated (Mostly)

Well… I couldn’t really get a good feel for the previous “DOS” theme, so I installed this theme and got to work. I have much more work to do, but I didn’t want to delay publishing this updated page and getting busy with creating new content. I am trying to figure out how to create a header menu with various sub-menus and other types of items. Thank you for visiting my updated site and be sure to check back soon

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Not sure I like this DOS theme, which makes me sad because I absolutely love MS-DOS, especially version 6.2! For those of you who were not around for this period of “shenanigans” at Microsoft, DOS 6.2 came with a feature called DoubleSpace, which compress and decompressed files on the fly, allowing the user to store more on a traditional platter hard drive. Apparently, and I didn’t know this until just now, a user could also make use of DBLSPACE.BIN on

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