Difference between revisions of "List of Static IPs - 146 Subnet"

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==Notes==
 
==Notes==
  
This network is only 100 Mb/s and is routed from a special port on the OIT switch directly (and not the gigabit link to COSI) - also important to note that the tor exit node will take bandwidth from COSI's link since the uplink from OIT's switch is 1G.
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This network is only 100 Mb/s, does not have DHCP, and is routed from port 46 on the OIT switch directly (and not the gigabit link to COSI on port 2) - also important to note that the tor exit node will take bandwidth from COSI's link since the uplink from OIT's switch is 1G.
  
 
The 146 subnet is not routable from the 144/23, but is routable from most of the internet.
 
The 146 subnet is not routable from the 144/23, but is routable from most of the internet.
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A use case that has been proposed as a joke was to use this subnet to write COSI in pixels on the map of the internet, to spite the depletion the IPv4 address space.
 
A use case that has been proposed as a joke was to use this subnet to write COSI in pixels on the map of the internet, to spite the depletion the IPv4 address space.
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Other current use cases are for security related VM's starting in Fall 2017 after this subnet is integrated onto M1 as a VLAN (VLAN ID not determined yet)
  
 
Particularly on the below map, where if you type 128.153.146.1 you will see the center of our L shaped address space, with 144 at the top left, 145 at the bottom left, and 146 at the bottom right. The 147, another subnet that we have been watering over to create a /22, is in the upper right.
 
Particularly on the below map, where if you type 128.153.146.1 you will see the center of our L shaped address space, with 144 at the top left, 145 at the bottom left, and 146 at the bottom right. The 147, another subnet that we have been watering over to create a /22, is in the upper right.

Revision as of 06:51, 2 May 2017

Here is a list of used IPs under the 128.153.146 subnet

Used IP Addresses: 2

Available IP Addresses: 252

IP (128.153.146.#) Name
1 Gateway (OIT)
2 Jared's Laptop (for debugging on occasion)
125 Tor-Exit

Notes

This network is only 100 Mb/s, does not have DHCP, and is routed from port 46 on the OIT switch directly (and not the gigabit link to COSI on port 2) - also important to note that the tor exit node will take bandwidth from COSI's link since the uplink from OIT's switch is 1G.

The 146 subnet is not routable from the 144/23, but is routable from most of the internet.

If you plan to run a service here, please understand that you want to make it secure, since it's on the same broadcast subnet as the Tor-Exit Node.

A use case that has been proposed as a joke was to use this subnet to write COSI in pixels on the map of the internet, to spite the depletion the IPv4 address space.

Other current use cases are for security related VM's starting in Fall 2017 after this subnet is integrated onto M1 as a VLAN (VLAN ID not determined yet)

Particularly on the below map, where if you type 128.153.146.1 you will see the center of our L shaped address space, with 144 at the top left, 145 at the bottom left, and 146 at the bottom right. The 147, another subnet that we have been watering over to create a /22, is in the upper right.

https://ant.isi.edu/address/browse/index.html