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RFC 796 (rfc796) - Address mappings (1046 words)
Since each network has a Postel [Page 1] September 1981 RFC 796 Address Mappings particular address format and length, the following section describes the mapping between internet local addresses and the actual address format used in the particular network.
The network number of the COMSAT-DCN is 29 (Class A), and of the UCL-DCN is 30 (Class A).
IP +--------+--------+--------+--------+ 8 8 8 8 Postel [Page 3] September 1981 RFC 796 Address Mappings EDN --- The Experimental Data Network at the Defense Communication Engineering Center (DCEC) uses the same type of addresses as the ARPANET (with 96 bit leaders) and has 24 bit addresses.
CMTA legislative database | SB 796 - Employment Lawsuits (812 words)
SB 796 would authorize private attorneys to act as a private attorney general for aggrieved employees and sue on their behalf for alleged Labor Code violations to recover specified penalties, attorney fees and costs.
SB 796 would by-pass this system and permits these cases to be filed directly in a civil court to the detriment of employers.
SB 796 would have the effect of very minor infractions being filed in civil court where the recovery for the aggrieved party would be minimal and secondary to employersÂ’ litigation costs, penalties, attorney fees and etc.
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