On Tue, 15 Feb 2005, Gavin McCullagh wrote:
> It seems that at some stage shorewall introduced banning of bogons,
> that is ip ranges which have not been assigned and as such nobody
> should be getting requests from.
Presumably shorewall has a way to automatically update this list?
Otherwise that is a terrifically dumb idea, as you noted further in
your mail, unassigned prefixes will eventually be assigned. See:
For a maintained list.
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