Google wants to be your Internet

Travis H. travis+ml-nanog at
Wed May 9 00:53:42 UTC 2007

On Wed, Jan 24, 2007 at 05:23:10AM -0800, Roland Dobbins wrote:
> RFC1918 was created for a reason, and it is used (and misused, we all  
> understand that) today by many network operators for a reason.

I used 10/8 for my LAN a while back until my ISP's routers advertised
in DHCP suddenly started using the same so I ended up
having to renumber, or else I wouldn't route out the WAN link for them.
What a pain.

I'd name the ISP if I had the Time.
Kill dash nine, and its no more CPU time, kill dash nine, and that
process is mine. -><- <URL:>
For a good time on my UBE blacklist, email john at
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