On Wed, 18 Jul 2001, Dave Burke wrote:
> kinda. I think the IEDR would prefer if people didn't and acticely encourage
> them not to.
well it's official RIPE policy (presumably initiated from IANA) that
ISPs should use private address space for point to point links and
for interfaces that do need to be globally addressable.
> But indigo is announcing private IPs from thier nameservers...
>> [daveb at bilbo ~]$ host relay05-b.indigo.ie
> relay05-b.indigo.ie A 192.168.1.6
what is it? if it's a PTP link then that's fine - however i don't
think it should be published in DNS. (see kenn's mail).
> And every so often you'll seen traceroutes (especially in the us) thru 10/8
prefectly legal. (although really you should see * * * in the
traceroute - if you see 10/8, 172.16/12 or 192.168/16 then all the
routers between you and the router using those private ips are
>http://www.domainregistry.ie/forum/list/archive/0001/msg00337.html> still thinking about it huh paul? ;)
that was something different. in the end i went with bind 9 and split
NB: never ever implement split DNS if you can avoid it.
Paul Jakma paul at clubi.iepaul at jakma.org
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