IP Address Provisioning In A Cable TV Data Network (1997)

By Christopher Grobicki, Bay Networks Inc.

As subscriber penetrations grow in cable TV based networks, the availability of IP addresses for the connected workstations becomes an issue. This paper discusses different me.thods for assigning .IP addresses in this environment as well as upcoming technologies in the TCPIIP networking community that address this issue.

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