At 23:26 18/07/2001 +0100, you wrote:
>On Wed, 18 Jul 2001, Kevin Gannon wrote:
>> > Hmmmm, its kinda of a pain when all your customers ring you to
> > say that they cant traceroute to there web site from provider X.
>>but it saves on IPs..
And makes it a hell of a lot more difficult to debug network
problems. IPv4 usage conservation isn't designed to make life more
difficult, just make people more sensible in their usage of same.
>but certainly the Tier 1 border routers should be filtering out
>private IP space.
How - where?
> > In fact I would ask questions of any ISP doing packet filtering
>>not packet filtering - route filtering...
Any sensible ISP is doing some route filtering - but that doesn't stop us
receiving packets with a source address of 192.168.1.1 (it's just if that's
the destination, we'll drop it).
>so tell me, where do i get a class B? (or anything close to a class
>B, ie at least /20). roll on ipv6. i have a full 64 bits of 6BONE
>unicast address space all to myself: 3ffe:80c0:220:c/64
Why the hell do you need a class B size of space anyway?
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