Anyone know the DHCP IP address pool size a typical Time Warner cable modem might be subjected to?
If I’m on 22.214.171.124 (for example), and provided they don’t reconfigure their network or change hardware, can I expect all the IP address they assign me over several months to start with 50.50.25.? Or at least 50.50..*?
I’m thinking of adding something like 126.96.36.199/255.255.0.0 to my permit field for a remote extension. It won’t prevent my next door neighbor from hacking my phones, but it will block a large part of the world.
I don’t believe I can put a FQDN in the permit field, right? That would be awesome if I could (I have a dyndns domain I could stuff in there).
ANYWAY, thanks for any insight.