Rogers Canada using for internal address space

Jimmy Hess mysidia at
Wed May 25 01:29:16 UTC 2011

On Tue, May 24, 2011 at 4:34 PM,  <Vinny_Abello at> wrote:
> I think those within the organization that deploy those vehicles or are Navy
> SEALs might sit at different lunch tables than the guys worried about IP
> address collisions. ;-)

The F/A-18  Hornets, F/A-22 Raptors are well, and good, but that's old
The folks in charge of the MQ-1 predator drones might sit closer to the guys
worried about the IP addresses.

And automated drone strikes can always be blamed on a malfunction caused by
the hijacking

I would speculate they are probably capable of targetting routers improperly
using their subnet, if the right folks feel it's necessary,  and the
routers are located
in the right country.

I suspect they're more likely to attempt the more civilized
professional things any
other government org would though,  such as calling the hijacker's NOC,
calling upstreams to de-peer the hijacker,  sending out field agents
to have a little

> -Vinny

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