RFC6598 100.64/10: to bogon or not to bogon (team-cymru et all)
lukas at ltri.eu
Wed Mar 8 12:34:11 UTC 2023
>> They talk about bogon prefixes "for hosts", provide configuration
>> examples for Cisco ASA firewalls,
> Which are perfectly valid use cases for some networks / situations.
Absolutely, everybody's free to drop whatever they like on their gear,
I'm sure there are networks, gear, applied and documented
configurations out there that block 220.127.116.11/24.
That doesn't mean publically available blocklists need to misrepresent
The concern is not about networks that know what they are doing, the
concern is about the rest (and more specifically entities that don't
operate their own ASN).
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