On Mon, Feb 19, 2018 at 10:41:01AM +0100, Dominik DL6ER wrote:
> On 16.02.2018 16:01, Simon Kelley wrote:
> > To clarify, the serial numbers in
> > the names correspond to the addresses in the range supplied. If you use
> > a subnet to specify the range, for instance, then yes
> > dyn-1 will be, but if you use start,end to specify the
> > range, then the start address becomes dyn-1
> That's exactly why I think zero-indexed would be better, as dyn-50 would
> then also correspond to For custom ranges (not starting
> from zweo) I have no preference, but the logic should obviously be the
> same as for the full /24 network.

Here another +1   for starting at 0.

|  --synth-domain=gently.org.uk,,,dyn-*             
would in /etc/hosts format    dyn-0.gently.ork.uk    dyn-1.gently.ork.uk    dyn-2.gently.ork.uk

And indeed, on networks where network address ends on zero,
there it will be     string0     string1     string2     string3

Another thing, "rollover"       string9      string10

Should it be  "%03d", so       string008       string009      string010
#      string099     string100     string101

Geert Stappers
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