OpenDNS CGNAT Issues

Jerry Cloe jerry at
Wed Sep 12 04:05:38 UTC 2018

OpenDNS, or anyone for that matter, should never see 100.64/10 ip's. If they do, something is wrong at the source, and OpenDNS wouldn't be able to reply anyway (or at least have the reply route back to the user).
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From:Aled Morris via NANOG <nanog at>
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Subject:Re: OpenDNS CGNAT Issues
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 Incidentally, I hope OpenDNS considers <> as space that can't be registered to any end-user.
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