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#177397 - 2007-06-29 10:04 PM Can a file take to long to open?
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I am attempting to OPEN a file via this path
\\serverx\d$\Inetpub\ftp logs\MSFTPSVC1\ex070102.log

When run from the command line with notepad it takes 2-3 seconds to open completely.

When I attempt to open the file in KiX I get The filename, directory name, or volume label syntax is incorrect.

Could this be an issue of speed? The file sizes are 12 to 25 Mb.
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#177398 - 2007-06-29 10:36 PM Re: Can a file take to long to open? [Re: Gargoyle]
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Well if you can open a 25MB log file in notepad in 2-3 seconds I'd go with that solution \:D That's pretty quick to open a file that size with notepad.

Just joking with you. Let's see your code as KiX should not have an issue opening it either.

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#177400 - 2007-06-29 10:53 PM Re: Can a file take to long to open? [Re: NTDOC]
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You asked for it. \:\)

 Code:
$rc = SetOption(NoVarsinStrings,On)
Break On
$System = CreateObject("Kixforms.System")
If Not $System
   $nul= MessageBox("KiXforms.Net Not Initiated. This Script Will Now Close.","Error",16)
   Quit()
EndIf
$nul = $System.Application.EnableVisualStyles

$Form1 = $System.Form()
$Form1.BackColor = $System.Color.FromName("Control")
$Form1.Left = 60
$Form1.StartPosition = 0  ;FormStartPosition_Manual
$Form1.Size = $System.Size(255,292) ;(Width,Height)
$Form1.Text = "FTP Log Parse"
$Form1.Top = 219


$Label1 = $System.Label()
$Label1.BorderStyle = 0
$Label1.Left = 5
$Label1.Text = "Provider User ID"
$Label1.Top = 11
$nul = $Form1.Controls.Add($Label1)

$TextBox1 = $System.TextBox()
$TextBox1.Left = 112
$TextBox1.Text = ""
$TextBox1.Top = 11
$nul = $Form1.Controls.Add($TextBox1)

$Label2 = $System.Label()
$Label2.BorderStyle = 0
$Label2.Left = 7
$Label2.Text = "Starting Search Date"
$Label2.Top = 48
$Label2.Width = 113
$nul = $Form1.Controls.Add($Label2)

$ComboBox1 = $System.ComboBox()
$ComboBox1.DropDownWidth = 88
$ComboBox1.Left = 7
$ComboBox1.Text = "MONTH"
$ComboBox1.Top = 77
$ComboBox1.Width = 88
$nul = $Form1.Controls.Add($ComboBox1)

$ComboBox1Item0 = $ComboBox1.Items.Add("JAN     01")
$ComboBox1Item1 = $ComboBox1.Items.Add("FEB     02")
$ComboBox1Item2 = $ComboBox1.Items.Add("MAR     03")
$ComboBox1Item3 = $ComboBox1.Items.Add("APR     04")
$ComboBox1Item4 = $ComboBox1.Items.Add("MAY     05")
$ComboBox1Item5 = $ComboBox1.Items.Add("JUN     06")
$ComboBox1Item6 = $ComboBox1.Items.Add("JUL     07")
$ComboBox1Item7 = $ComboBox1.Items.Add("AUG     08")
$ComboBox1Item8 = $ComboBox1.Items.Add("SEP     09")
$ComboBox1Item9 = $ComboBox1.Items.Add("OCT     10")
$ComboBox1Item10 = $ComboBox1.Items.Add("NOV     11")
$ComboBox1Item11 = $ComboBox1.Items.Add("DEC     12")

$ComboBox2 = $System.ComboBox()
$ComboBox2.DropDownWidth = 47
$ComboBox2.Left = 100
$ComboBox2.Text = "DAY"
$ComboBox2.Top = 77
$ComboBox2.Width = 47
$nul = $Form1.Controls.Add($ComboBox2)

$ComboBox2Item0 = $ComboBox2.Items.Add("01")
$ComboBox2Item1 = $ComboBox2.Items.Add("02")
$ComboBox2Item2 = $ComboBox2.Items.Add("03")
$ComboBox2Item3 = $ComboBox2.Items.Add("04")
$ComboBox2Item4 = $ComboBox2.Items.Add("05")
$ComboBox2Item5 = $ComboBox2.Items.Add("06")
$ComboBox2Item6 = $ComboBox2.Items.Add("07")
$ComboBox2Item7 = $ComboBox2.Items.Add("08")
$ComboBox2Item8 = $ComboBox2.Items.Add("09")
$ComboBox2Item9 = $ComboBox2.Items.Add("10")
$ComboBox2Item10 = $ComboBox2.Items.Add("11")
$ComboBox2Item11 = $ComboBox2.Items.Add("12")
$ComboBox2Item12 = $ComboBox2.Items.Add("13")
$ComboBox2Item13 = $ComboBox2.Items.Add("14")
$ComboBox2Item14 = $ComboBox2.Items.Add("15")
$ComboBox2Item15 = $ComboBox2.Items.Add("16")
$ComboBox2Item16 = $ComboBox2.Items.Add("17")
$ComboBox2Item17 = $ComboBox2.Items.Add("18")
$ComboBox2Item18 = $ComboBox2.Items.Add("19")
$ComboBox2Item19 = $ComboBox2.Items.Add("20")
$ComboBox2Item20 = $ComboBox2.Items.Add("21")
$ComboBox2Item21 = $ComboBox2.Items.Add("22")
$ComboBox2Item22 = $ComboBox2.Items.Add("23")
$ComboBox2Item23 = $ComboBox2.Items.Add("24")
$ComboBox2Item24 = $ComboBox2.Items.Add("25")
$ComboBox2Item25 = $ComboBox2.Items.Add("26")
$ComboBox2Item26 = $ComboBox2.Items.Add("27")
$ComboBox2Item27 = $ComboBox2.Items.Add("28")
$ComboBox2Item28 = $ComboBox2.Items.Add("29")
$ComboBox2Item29 = $ComboBox2.Items.Add("30")
$ComboBox2Item30 = $ComboBox2.Items.Add("31")

$ComboBox3 = $System.ComboBox()
$ComboBox3.DropDownWidth = 70
$ComboBox3.Left = 154
$ComboBox3.Text = "YEAR"
$ComboBox3.Top = 77
$ComboBox3.Width = 70
$nul = $Form1.Controls.Add($ComboBox3)

$ComboBox3Item0 = $ComboBox3.Items.Add("2006")
$ComboBox3Item1 = $ComboBox3.Items.Add("2007")

$Label3 = $System.Label()
$Label3.BorderStyle = 0
$Label3.Left = 6
$Label3.Text = "Ending Search Date"
$Label3.Top = 108
$Label3.Width = 113
$nul = $Form1.Controls.Add($Label3)

$ComboBox4 = $System.ComboBox()
$ComboBox4.DropDownWidth = 92
$ComboBox4.Left = 5
$ComboBox4.Text = "MONTH"
$ComboBox4.Top = 135
$ComboBox4.Width = 92
$nul = $Form1.Controls.Add($ComboBox4)

$ComboBox4Item0 = $ComboBox4.Items.Add("JAN     01")
$ComboBox4Item1 = $ComboBox4.Items.Add("FEB     02")
$ComboBox4Item2 = $ComboBox4.Items.Add("MAR     03")
$ComboBox4Item3 = $ComboBox4.Items.Add("APR     04")
$ComboBox4Item4 = $ComboBox4.Items.Add("MAY     05")
$ComboBox4Item5 = $ComboBox4.Items.Add("JUN     06")
$ComboBox4Item6 = $ComboBox4.Items.Add("JUL     07")
$ComboBox4Item7 = $ComboBox4.Items.Add("AUG     08")
$ComboBox4Item8 = $ComboBox4.Items.Add("SEP     09")
$ComboBox4Item9 = $ComboBox4.Items.Add("OCT     10")
$ComboBox4Item10 = $ComboBox4.Items.Add("NOV     11")
$ComboBox4Item11 = $ComboBox4.Items.Add("DEC     12")

$ComboBox5 = $System.ComboBox()
$ComboBox5.DropDownWidth = 45
$ComboBox5.Left = 103
$ComboBox5.Text = "DAY"
$ComboBox5.Top = 135
$ComboBox5.Width = 45
$nul = $Form1.Controls.Add($ComboBox5)

$ComboBox5Item0 = $ComboBox5.Items.Add("01")
$ComboBox5Item1 = $ComboBox5.Items.Add("02")
$ComboBox5Item2 = $ComboBox5.Items.Add("03")
$ComboBox5Item3 = $ComboBox5.Items.Add("04")
$ComboBox5Item4 = $ComboBox5.Items.Add("05")
$ComboBox5Item5 = $ComboBox5.Items.Add("06")
$ComboBox5Item6 = $ComboBox5.Items.Add("07")
$ComboBox5Item7 = $ComboBox5.Items.Add("08")
$ComboBox5Item8 = $ComboBox5.Items.Add("09")
$ComboBox5Item9 = $ComboBox5.Items.Add("10")
$ComboBox5Item10 = $ComboBox5.Items.Add("11")
$ComboBox5Item11 = $ComboBox5.Items.Add("12")
$ComboBox5Item12 = $ComboBox5.Items.Add("13")
$ComboBox5Item13 = $ComboBox5.Items.Add("14")
$ComboBox5Item14 = $ComboBox5.Items.Add("15")
$ComboBox5Item15 = $ComboBox5.Items.Add("16")
$ComboBox5Item16 = $ComboBox5.Items.Add("17")
$ComboBox5Item17 = $ComboBox5.Items.Add("18")
$ComboBox5Item18 = $ComboBox5.Items.Add("19")
$ComboBox5Item19 = $ComboBox5.Items.Add("20")
$ComboBox5Item20 = $ComboBox5.Items.Add("21")
$ComboBox5Item21 = $ComboBox5.Items.Add("22")
$ComboBox5Item22 = $ComboBox5.Items.Add("23")
$ComboBox5Item23 = $ComboBox5.Items.Add("24")
$ComboBox5Item24 = $ComboBox5.Items.Add("25")
$ComboBox5Item25 = $ComboBox5.Items.Add("26")
$ComboBox5Item26 = $ComboBox5.Items.Add("27")
$ComboBox5Item27 = $ComboBox5.Items.Add("28")
$ComboBox5Item28 = $ComboBox5.Items.Add("29")
$ComboBox5Item29 = $ComboBox5.Items.Add("30")
$ComboBox5Item30 = $ComboBox5.Items.Add("31")

$ComboBox6 = $System.ComboBox()
$ComboBox6.DropDownWidth = 75
$ComboBox6.Left = 151
$ComboBox6.Text = "YEAR"
$ComboBox6.Top = 135
$ComboBox6.Width = 75
$nul = $Form1.Controls.Add($ComboBox6)

$ComboBox6Item0 = $ComboBox6.Items.Add("2006")
$ComboBox6Item1 = $ComboBox6.Items.Add("2007")

$Button1 = $System.Button()
$Button1.BackColor = $System.Color.FromName("ControlDark")
$Button1.FlatStyle = 3  ;System
$Button1.Height = 30
$Button1.Left = 54
$Button1.Text = "Create Output File"
$Button1.Top = 165
$Button1.Width = 121
$Button1.Click = "Create()"
$nul = $Form1.Controls.Add($Button1)

$Button2 = $System.Button()
$Button2.Enabled = 0  ;False
$Button2.FlatStyle = 3  ;System
$Button2.Left = 21
$Button2.Text = "PARSE"
$Button2.Top = 226
$Button2.Click = "Parse()"
$nul = $Form1.Controls.Add($Button2)

$Button3 = $System.Button()
$Button3.FlatStyle = 3  ;System
$Button3.Left = 147
$Button3.Text = "EXIT"
$Button3.Top = 226
$Button3.Click = "Done()"
$nul = $Form1.Controls.Add($Button3)

$Label4 = $System.Label()
$Label4.BorderStyle = 0
$Label4.Left = 0
$Label4.Text = ""
$Label4.Top = 195
$Label4.Width = 255
;$Label4.Height = 60
$nul = $Form1.Controls.Add($Label4)

$Form1.Show  ;Displays the Form

While $Form1.Visible
   $Nul = Execute($Form1.DoEvents())
Loop
Exit 0

Function Done()
	Quit
EndFunction

Function Parse()

$Title = "Missing Information"
;Verify that all fields have something in them
	If $Textbox1.text = ""
		$RC = MessageBox("Please input a Provider Name",$Title,0)
	Else
		$Flag = $Flag + 1000000
	EndIf
	
	If $ComboBox1.SelectedIndex <0 Or $ComboBox1.SelectedIndex >11
		$RC = MessageBox("Please Select the starting month",$Title,0)
	Else
		$Flag = $Flag + 0100000
	EndIf
	
	If $ComboBox2.SelectedIndex <0 Or $ComboBox2.SelectedIndex >30
		$RC = MessageBox("Please select the starting day",$Title,0)
	Else
		$Flag = $Flag + 0010000
	EndIf
	
	If $ComboBox3.SelectedIndex <0 Or $ComboBox3.SelectedIndex >1
		$RC = MessageBox("Please select the starting year",$Title,0)
	Else
		$Flag = $Flag + 0001000
	EndIf
	
	If $ComboBox4.SelectedIndex <0 Or $ComboBox4.SelectedIndex >11
		$RC = MessageBox("Please select the ending month",$Title,0)
	Else
		$Flag = $Flag + 0000100
	EndIf
	
	If $ComboBox5.SelectedIndex <0 Or $ComboBox5.SelectedIndex >30
		$RC = MessageBox("Please select the ending day",$Title,0)
	Else
		$Flag = $Flag + 0000010
	EndIf
	
	If $ComboBox6.SelectedIndex <0 Or $ComboBox6.SelectedIndex >1
		$RC = MessageBox("Please select the ending year",$Title,0)
	Else
		$Flag = $Flag + 0000001
	EndIf

If $Flag = 1111111

	DoIt() 
	$rc = Close(1)
	$rc = Close(3)
	
EndIf
$Form1.BackColor = $System.Color.FromName("Control")
EndFunction





Function Create()
Dim $SAve
	$Save = $System.SaveFileDialog()
	$Save.Defaultext = "TXT"
	$Save.Filename = "FTP_Export"
	$Save.Filter = "*.txt"
	$Save.OverwritePrompt = "True"
	If $Save.Showdialog = 1
		$rc = Open(1,$Save.Filename,5)
	EndIf
	$Label4.Text = "Output File = "+$Save.Filename
	$Button2.Enabled = "True"
EndFunction







Function DoIt()
$Form1.BackColor = $System.Color.FromName("Red")
$Button2.Enabled = "False"

$Date = Join(Split(@DATE,"/"),"")
$Start = $ComboBox3.Text+"/"+Right($ComboBox1.Text,2)+"/"+$ComboBox2.Text
$End = $ComboBox6.Text+"/"+Right($ComboBox4.Text,2)+"/"+$ComboBox5.Text


If Open(3,@SCRIPTDIR+"\errorlogs\"+$dATE+"-"+@USERID+".log",5) =0
	For $i = serialdate($Start) to serialdate($End)
	$FileDate =  Split(Serialdate($i),"/")
		If Open(2,Chr(34)+"\\serverx\d$\Inetpub\ftp logs\MSFTPSVC1\ex" + Right($Filedate[0],2)+$Filedate[1]+$Filedate[2]+".log"+Chr(34)) = 0
		$Label4.Text = "Now Reading File Date: "+$SerialDate($i)
			 For $ = 0 to 4 
				$RC = ReadLine(2)
			 Next
			$Line = ReadLine(2)
			While @ERROR = 0
				$Array = Split($Line," ")
				If UBound($Array) =>3
					If $Array[3] = $TextBox1.Text
						$RC = WriteLine(1,$Line+@CRLF)
					EndIf
				EndIf
				ReDim $Array
				$Line = ReadLine(2)
			Loop
			
			$rc = Close(2)
			$Form1.BackColor = $System.Color.FromName("Control")
			$Textbox1.Text = ""
			$ComboBox1.SelectedIndex = -1
			$ComboBox1.Text = "Month"
			$ComboBox2.SelectedIndex = -1
			$ComboBox2.Text = "Day"
			$ComboBox3.SelectedIndex = -1
			$ComboBox3.Text = "Year"
			$Label4.Text = @CRLF+"Complete"
		Else
			$E = "Error: "+@ERROR+" "+@SERROR+@CRLF
			$Label4.Text = "ERROR	Please see log file"+@CRLF+@SCRIPTDIR+"\errorlogs\"+$Date+"-"+@USERID+".log"
			$rc = WriteLine(3,"Unable to open file dated: "+serialdate($i)+" "+$E+@CRLF+"FileName: "+"\\serverx\d$\Inetpub\ftp logs\MSFTPSVC1\ex" + Right($Filedate[0],2)+$Filedate[1]+$Filedate[2]+".log"+@CRLF)
		EndIf
	Next
Else
	$Form1.BackColor = $System.Color.FromName("Control")
	$Label4.Text = "Unable to open errror log file."
EndFunction


Function serialdate($ExpD)
  Dim $z,$h,$a,$b,$c,$y,$m,$d
  If InStr($ExpD,'/')	
    $ExpD=Split($ExpD,'/')
    $y=Val($ExpD[0])
    $m=Val($ExpD[1])
    $d=Val($ExpD[2])
    If $m<3
      $m=$m+12
      $y=$y-1
    EndIf
    $SerialDate=$d+(153*$m-457)/5+365*$y+$y/4-$y/100+$y/400-306
  Else
    $z=0+$ExpD+306
    $h=100*$z-25
    $a=$h/3652425
    $b=$a-$a/4
    $y=(100*$b+$h)/36525
    $c=$b+$z-365*$y-$y/4
    $m=(5*$c+456)/153
    $d=$c-(153*$m-457)/5
    If $m>12
      $y=$y+1
      $m=$m-12
    EndIf
    $SerialDate=Right('0000'+$y,4)+'/'+Right('00'+$m,2)+'/'+Right('00'+$d,2)
  EndIf
EndFunction

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#177407 - 2007-06-30 07:09 AM Re: Can a file take to long to open? [Re: Gargoyle]
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Well didn't STUDY it, but nothing obvious popped out at me to indicate an error.

So is the issue that it works but is SLOW or that it doesn't work period due to the syntax error?

I'll see if I can get time to give it a test drive at work if someone else doesn't spot the issue.

Maybe Benny69 can take a look, he is pretty darn good at KF


Edited by NTDOC (2007-06-30 07:10 AM)

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#177411 - 2007-06-30 03:38 PM Re: Can a file take to long to open? [Re: NTDOC]
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Create a small file in the same folder and see how the code handles it.
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#177413 - 2007-06-30 04:25 PM Re: Can a file take to long to open? [Re: Les]
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@Doc
It does not work at all. I am sure that there is some sort of syntax error that I just don't see from looking at it for way to long.
The first run of this script only opened one file at a time, and that worked.
It was when I added a time range that it started failing. The only code that really changed was in the DOIT() function.


Edited by Gargoyle (2007-06-30 04:26 PM)
Edit Reason: long lines
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#177419 - 2007-07-01 12:44 AM Re: Can a file take to long to open? [Re: Gargoyle]
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Thought I would add that the files are from an ftp server (IIS). If you hadn't caught that yet.
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#177420 - 2007-07-01 01:00 AM Re: Can a file take to long to open? [Re: Gargoyle]
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 Originally Posted By: Gargoyle
Thought I would add that the files are from an ftp server (IIS). If you hadn't caught that yet.
Ja, but they are not accessed using FTP so that tidbit is irrelevant.
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#177421 - 2007-07-01 04:06 AM Re: Can a file take to long to open? [Re: Les]
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I hope you enclosed the folder name in quotes due to the space in one of the folder names:
"\\serverx\d$\Inetpub\ftp logs\MSFTPSVC1\ex070102.log"

I would call it a best practice to always enclose path names in quotes.
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#177461 - 2007-07-02 11:34 PM Re: Can a file take to long to open? [Re: Sealeopard]
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yes I did enclose them within quotes. CHR(34) + path\filename + CHR(34)
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#177465 - 2007-07-03 07:45 AM Re: Can a file take to long to open? [Re: Gargoyle]
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So has anyone seen anything at all? I am at such a loss on why it will not open the file (not even a small one).

All of the debugging is showing that the proper path is being sent, and when I copy the output and then open it with notepad
 Quote:
c:\scripts> Notepad "\\serverx\d$\Inetpub\ftp logs\MSFTPSVC1\ex070102.log"
works just fine.

The exact output of a ? statement
 Quote:
? Chr(34)+"\\serverx\d$\Inetpub\ftp logs\MSFTPSVC1\ex" + Right($Filedate[0],2)+$Filedate[1]+$Filedate[2]+".log"+Chr(34)

Results in
 Quote:

"\\serverx\d$\Inetpub\ftp logs\MSFTPSVC1\ex070102.log"


When using a date range of any length, I get error 123 (not found) for each of the files that it attempts to open.

Any troubleshooting that you can pass on would be a great welcome.
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#177466 - 2007-07-03 09:25 AM Re: Can a file take to long to open? [Re: Gargoyle]
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What a bizarre coincidence. The same coding error coming up twice at the same time.

Your problem is that you are adding quote characters to the file path, so KiXtart is trying to open a file which has quote characters in the file name and will of course fail.

Simple to fix, just change this line:
 Code:
If Open(2,Chr(34)+"\\serverx\d$\Inetpub\ftp logs\MSFTPSVC1\ex" + Right($Filedate[0],2)+$Filedate[1]+$Filedate[2]+".log"+Chr(34)) = 0


Drop the quotes from the path data and you should be fine:
 Code:
If Open(2,"\\serverx\d$\Inetpub\ftp logs\MSFTPSVC1\ex" + Right($Filedate[0],2)+$Filedate[1]+$Filedate[2]+".log") = 0

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#177471 - 2007-07-03 09:41 AM Re: Can a file take to long to open? [Re: Richard H.]
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Was just about to say Drop the quotes but Richard beat me to it \:\)
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#177472 - 2007-07-03 09:42 AM Re: Can a file take to long to open? [Re: Richard H.]
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Thanks Richard,

That sounds like it is quite probable the answer.

Sorry Garg - couldn't dig deep into it, been working on re-subnetting and routing my network with some old junk routers that really suck.

Hopefully though it looks like Richard found the answer.

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#177517 - 2007-07-03 06:07 PM Re: Can a file take to long to open? [Re: NTDOC]
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Thanks guys, I will have a go at it on Thursday (after the holiday).

Doc, I can completly understand your pain and frustration, we are in the process of doing the same thing, and I am starting with a class B that has been broken into class C and then further subnetted beyond that... Me and the other network tech, are still trying to figure out why it was done the way it was.... Ever so slowly though.
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#177542 - 2007-07-04 12:12 AM Re: Can a file take to long to open? [Re: Gargoyle]
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class b? well, easiness of setting it up?
or just simply because that was in the manual's example section...
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#177546 - 2007-07-04 01:06 AM Re: Can a file take to long to open? [Re: Lonkero]
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AFAIK class B networks range between 128.0.0.0 and 191.255.255.255. The net mask is per default 255.255.0.0.
These networks can be subnetted.
PIX Firewall Series Configuration Guide, Version 4.0
 Quote:

•For a Class B address, which ranges from 128.0.0.0 to 191.255.255.255, the network address is in the first two octets and the host ID is in the last two. This permits 65,536 hosts to be represented by a single Class B IP address.

•For a Class C address, which ranges from 192.0.0.0 to 223.255.255.255, the network address is in the first three octets and the host ID is in the last octet. This permits 256 hosts to be represented by a single Class C IP address


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#177548 - 2007-07-04 01:47 AM Re: Can a file take to long to open? [Re: Witto]
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And your points are?
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#177549 - 2007-07-04 02:20 AM Re: Can a file take to long to open? [Re: Gargoyle]
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Not sure. You can subnet and superscope any of the addresses depending on what you're looking for.

Then segment with VLANS if wanted as well. Too many choices and soon IPV6 will give even more possibilities

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#177577 - 2007-07-05 12:34 AM Re: Can a file take to long to open? [Re: NTDOC]
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 Originally Posted By: Gargoyle

I am starting with a class B that has been broken into class C

I do not see how a class B network can become a class C network.
Class B addresses range from 128.0.0.0 to 191.255.255.255
Class C addresses range from 192.0.0.0 to 223.255.255.255

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