bootp packets on MaeWest FDDI
randy at psg.com
Mon May 10 18:00:01 UTC 1999
> I've been getting a number of 0.0.0.0 (68) -> 255.255.255.255 (67) packets
> getting trapped in my filters on MaeWest's FDDI this morning.
> I have the FDDI MACs. Is it proper to broadcast them here? They're
> coming from more than one source.
frag attacks probably make up a measurable portion of traffic these weeks.
i gather the kiddies have a new toy.
i would work with the other providers' nocs to trace back as a security
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