Routing Loop Strangeness

Justin M. Streiner streiner at cluebyfour.org
Thu Jan 4 21:35:25 UTC 2007


On Thu, 4 Jan 2007, Nachman Yaakov Ziskind wrote:

>> 25 11.11.11.2 44 msec
>> 26 11.11.11.1 48 msec
>> 27 11.11.11.2 48 msec
>> 28 11.11.11.1 48 msec
>
> Yep. Way cool.

Unfortunately it's not the first time that:
1) someone with enable screwed up a routing design or did something dumb 
like dueling static routes, or some similar kind of rubbish.
2) someone with enable (or someone who manages peple with enable) co-opted 
arbitrary non-1918 IP space for use on their internal network.  Calling it 
RFC1919 space would almost be funny if it weren't such a pain the butt to 
deal with people who do things like this.

jms



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