From: Thomas Bridge (tbridge at domain vianetworks.ie)
Date: Tue 21 Aug 2001 - 12:41:50 IST
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At 12:32 21/08/2001 +0100, you wrote:
>problem is the now very dense allocation of IPs which has lead to
>symptoms such as large routing tables and lack of available PCs.
Actually the big problem with the routing tables is that although Class C's
are now assigned in blocks of 16 or 32 (thereby meaning the ISP can
announce the block as one route) a lot of people aren't sensible with their
I reduced our routing table by 10% last year when I started filtering on
routers with longer subnets than a /24. And the number of people
announcing RFC1918 addresses is scary.
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