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Re: RFC1918 addresses to permit in for VPN?
> Because private addresses have no global meaning, routing information > about private networks shall not be propagated on inter-enterprise > links, and packets with private source or destination addresses > should not be forwarded across such links. > >so any isp which lets the outside world see a packet with a source in 1918 >space is in direct violation of 1918. ...which is not the same as "any isp which allows the outside world to send it a packet with a source in 1918 space is in direct violation of 1918". my feeling is that if you're going to use 1918 space as backbone space (which i would never do, but many people do do), you should do your best to make sure that no one sees that those addresses are being used. not in the interest of security, mind you, but rather since there are other problems with letting people see your dirty laundry. i merely pointed out bt as a particularly egregious (in my eyes) offender of that tenet. my opinion, of course. -- |-----< "CODE WARRIOR" >-----| [email protected] * "ah! i see you have the internet [email protected] (Andrew Brown) that goes *ping*!" [email protected] * "information is power -- share the wealth."