Sunday, March 06, 2005

Design Issues for the World Wide Web

Design Issues for the World Wide Web: "These statements of architectural principle explain the thinking behind the specifications. These are personal notes by Tim Berners-Lee: they are not endorsed by W3C. They are aimed at the technical community, to explain reasons, provide a framework to provide consistency for for future developments, and avoid repetition of discussions once resolved."
These documents date from the original design of the web, dating from 1990 when the first HTML editor was available to write them. When reading them please bear this in mind. Some have been updated later. Although the design is for a global general hypertext system, the justification for the initial project was the CERN environment and this may be evident in some places.

RFC 2663 (rfc2663) - IP Network Address Translator (NAT) Terminology and C

The IP Address

e.g. a 24-bit network number has a netmask which may be written as 255.255.255.0, this is identical to 0xFFFFF00.
and when they run out?

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