I have a question regarding LAN addresses. As I understand it, the addresses
192.168.x.x are all available for use on a LAN and are never treated as "real"
by the rest of the Internet. When I first setup the LAN at my office I used
192.168.0.1, then 2, and 3. As the network grew I started organizing the
addresses in more meaningful clumps but always starting with 192.168.0. It
seems these days that most examples of LAN address in the HOWTO's etc. use
192.168.1.x. Is there some current convention that treats the zero group as
special in some way? I've never had trouble with it, but might using zero
one day lead to a problem?