We've started a small debate in the office, and I've hit the point where I no longer have the technical knowledge to continue.
Is there such a thing as having too many IP addresses? I'm not suggesting we use the entire private 10.* Class A, but I don't see why we couldn't if we wanted too.
I honestly think "subnet fragmentation" is an outdated way of thinking, but I'm want to continue the technical discussion.
Currently, our primary subnet mask is configured to use 4 class B's, which is way overkill in terms of the sheer number of available IP addresses, for our small business.
But the question is, what problems (if any) does having a wide private IP space create?