Common operational misconceptions

Charles Mills w3yni1 at gmail.com
Wed Feb 15 21:26:11 CST 2012


Not understanding RFC1918.  Actually got read the riot act by someone
because I worked for an organization that used 10.0.0.0/8 and that was
"their" network and "they" owned it.

Chuck

2012/2/15 Masataka Ohta <mohta at necom830.hpcl.titech.ac.jp>

> Mark Andrews wrote:
>
> > This doesn't prove that IPv6 is not operational.  All it proves is
> > people can misconfigure things.
>
> How do operators configure their equipments to treat
> ICMP packet too big generated against multicast and
> unicast?
>
> Note that, even if they do not enable inter-subnet
> multicast in their domains, the ICMP packets may
> still transit over or implode within their domains.
>
> Note also that some network processors can't efficiently
> distinguish ICMP packets generated against multicast and
> unicast.
>
>                                        Masataka Ohta
>
>


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