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Re: Someones being naughty again...
All 10.x.x.x networks should be filtered by all competent upstreams. The same goes for 127 and 224 ;) is NAT that hard to configure? Alex On Sat, 14 Mar 1998, Marc Hurst wrote: > > > On Sat, 14 Mar 1998 [email protected] wrote: > > > No, you should definetly not be able to ping it. Where are you in > > respect to home.net? If you are not directly connected to home.net and if > > you can ping that IP, then @home is trying to advertise 10.0.184.0 to > > their upstreams and they are accepting those advertisments. If you are > > on home.net then you will be able to see them. That is definetly wrong > > though! I can see if you use 10.x net for un-advertised touch-down nets > > between two routers, but you should definetly not be able to ping them > > from afar. > > > > No, I'm definitely not part of the @home net. I'm coming in off a dial-up > of an independant ISP in Toronto (UUnet/Sprint feeds I believe...). > > M. >