| | How many subnets in a typical McDonalds?
On 16/07/17 22:26, Andy Burns wrote:
Graham J wrote:
Adrian Caspersz wrote:
If I wander in there with n devices connected to their wifi, can the
interfaces talk to each other as well as the net?
A 32-bit subnet mask should solve the problem ...
But how's he going to control what subnet mask McDonalds issue to their
Nope, that was a badly put example.
Mcdonalds would be giving each user a publicly allocated IP address. No
NAT and hence 32-bit mask.
I'm (cheapskate) using NAT from an single issued public IP address, and
trying to fit multiple users to that. So multiple subnets with a 30-bit
mask as I'll need the broadcast IP as well as the host/client.
(If I've understood this right..)