Rogers Canada using 126.96.36.199/8 for internal address space
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Mon May 23 23:48:53 CDT 2011
On May 23, 2011 9:37 PM, "Jimmy Hess" <mysidia at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, May 23, 2011 at 11:09 PM, Patrick W. Gilmore <patrick at ianai.net>
> > If they do, any Rogers customer who wants to talk to it is screwed.
Whether they have a 7 addy or not, Rogers' routers will not let the packet
leave Rogers' borders.
> That could depend on whether Rogers' border routers are adequately
> to block/filter the announcement, and whether whatever the DoD chose to
> announce was a longer prefix than what Rogers' equipment had
> routes/controls for.
> In theory; there exists a possibility that the DoD could announce a
> /24 of something
> Rogers' was internally routing as a /16, then if unfiltered the DoD
> announce could win,
> causing internal (self-inflicted) issues for Rogers.
> The DoD could also eventually use the 7 range for something, resulting
> in complaints to Rogers
> from users who seem unable to reach (some web site placed in 7/8).
> Unofficial use of other organization's IP address space is playing with
> It may mark the symbolic start of a new IPv4, where eventually
> many /8s will have tons of unofficial claimaints, and whoever
> threatens more, pays the major providers more, or has more lawyers
> (take your pick), gets their announcement more widely propagated.
> Sometimes if enough players start playing with fire, a really bad,
> uncontrollable inferno eventually gets ignited.
Or, ipv6 gets deployed and supported since it will be the effective network
> > TTFN,
> > patrick
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