The use of .0/.255 addresses.

Amen, brother.

- ferg

I can tell you that at least with my customers, the term "class C" is
only used to clarify what is meant by "slash 24" and always with the
phrase "is the equivilant to"

And a bit surprisingly, I'm having to explain this less and less. Even
the sales team is learning to speak CIDR.

So there is indeed hope.

agreed. although, some customers are still dumb-founded when i tell them
noone can give them a class C and offer a /24 instead =]