RFC6598 100.64/10: to bogon or not to bogon (team-cymru et all)
bill at herrin.us
Tue Mar 7 23:49:12 UTC 2023
On Tue, Mar 7, 2023 at 3:34 PM Lukas Tribus <lukas at ltri.eu> wrote:
> > A bogon prefix is a route that should never appear in the Internet
> > routing table. A packet routed over the public Internet (not including
> > over VPNs or other tunnels) *should never have an address in a
> > bogon range.* These are commonly found as the source addresses
> > of DDoS attacks.
> They either have to make it clear what their bogon list can actually
> be used for or they need to drop RFC6598 from the list.
You'll have to connect the dots for me here, I'm not seeing the
problem. The ISP's local network is not "the public Internet." They
can use RFC6598 and even RFC1918 at their leisure. If they choose to
place services on those addresses and you want to use them, you'll
have to exclude them from your local filtering and/or your own
internal use. For everybody else, they're bogons.
Is someone out there defaulting consumption of the bogon list who
shouldn't be? What leads you to the strong objection about 100.64/10's
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