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Re: Someones being naughty again...

  • From: jlixfeld
  • Date: Sun Mar 15 12:15:30 1998

No, you should definetly not be able to ping it.  Where are you in
respect to  If you are not directly connected to and if
you can ping that IP, then @home is trying to advertise to
their upstreams and they are accepting those advertisments.  If you are
on 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.

On Sat, 14 Mar 1998, Marc Hurst wrote:

:Pinging ? [] with 48 data bytes
:Statistics for
:12 packets transmitted, 6 packets received, 50% packet loss
:round-trip (ms) min/avg/max = 117/123/141
:This is wrong....
:I should not be able to do this!


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