eyeronic.design at gmail.com
Wed Dec 24 21:05:01 UTC 2014
*grumble grumble bah humbug grumble grumble splat*
On Wed, Dec 24, 2014 at 12:35 PM, Jeroen Massar <jeroen at massar.ch> wrote:
> On 2014-12-24 20:06, Valdis.Kletnieks at vt.edu wrote:
>> On Wed, 24 Dec 2014 19:38:18 +0100, Jeroen Massar said:
>>> Thank you for wasting IPv4 space btw, that way IPv6 has to be there
>>> earlier, and as you don't have IPv6 yet, good luck with your business ;)
>> Feeling a tad grinchly, are we? :)
>> 'whois 220.127.116.11' reports this:
>> % Information related to '18.104.22.168/17AS9105'
>> route: 22.214.171.124/17
>> descr: Tiscali UK Limited
>> Feel free to explain how we can *sanely* reclaim a single /24 from a /17
>> without it looking like a hijacking.
> Why would one bother with IPv4?
> Just start using IPv6, that IPv4 stuff will disappear over the next few
> decades by itself.
>> Now, *that* would be a really nice holiday gift to the net.
> A /17 would only last a few moments, not worth the effort of recovering
> it. Though indeed the reason why CGNs are being deployed is so that the
> business parts of the same company can charge extra for public IPv4s.
> On 2014-12-24 20:21, Ken Chase wrote:
>> On Wed, Dec 24, 2014 at 07:38:18PM +0100, Jeroen Massar said:
>> >Welcome to the end of 2014.
>> Yes, I know, fakeroute has been around a while (so has das
>> blinkenlights, but I still find both cute. <must resist
>> the BOFH jadedness>
>> Though it has been a longwhile since anyone forwarded me DECWARS...
>> /* fakeroute (c) 1996 Julian Assange <proff at iq.org> */
> Interesting, I did remember rotorouter and check the below url for
> what the reply to that was, the above one. Funny, seems that mr.Assange
> did something semi-useful with computers back then *wink* ;)
> That trick does not help in setting the reverses though as one does not
> control them; though one could possibly find all the 'sentences' in
> reverses around the net and reorder them into something coherent...
>  http://www.shmoo.com/mail/bugtraq/aug98/msg00110.html
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