[funsec] Any ideas?
rgolodner at infratection.com
Sat Apr 4 01:37:27 CDT 2009
Robert said to me:
>" I'm sure if you ping the 10.10.167.40, you'll find that it's only a
couple hops away.
I am in Chicago now and using Visual Route's trial edition it tells me
10.10.167.40 can be found in Australia. Here is the trace:
Address of Hop Name of Hop Location
10.10.10.1 (unnamed) (Private) (My inside interface) my comment
10.20.0.1 (unnamed) (Private) (RCN DHCP server) my comment
220.127.116.11 mart-h1.chi-mart.il.cable.rcn.net Herndon, VA, USA
18.104.22.168 ge0-0-2.core1.chsl.il.rcn.net Herndon, VA, USA
22.214.171.124 ge3-2.core1.sbo.ma.rcn.net Worcester, MA, USA
126.96.36.199 ge4-1.core2.sbo.ma.rcn.net Worcester, MA, USA
188.8.131.52 pos5-0.core2.nyw.ny.rcn.net New York, NY, USA
184.108.40.206 tge1-2.core4.nyw.ny.rcn.net New York, NY, USA
220.127.116.11 tge2-1.aggr1.nyw.ny.rcn.net New York, NY, USA
- (unnamed) (An unnnamed hop) my comment
10.10.167.40 (unnamed) (Private) Australia according to Visual Route's
I have not been able to confirm this. I do appreciate your help and
hope that this stimulates some more ideas as I am perplexed.
From: Robert Graham [mailto:robert_david_graham at yahoo.com]
Sent: Saturday, April 04, 2009 1:15 AM
To: funsec at linuxbox.org; Richard Golodner
Subject: Re: [funsec] Any ideas?
RFCs are not the law. You can break them. I use so-called
routable/non-private (although not allocated) addresses for my internal
network. ISPs route non-routable/private addresses. Specifically, they use
such addresses as part of their management network: they assign private
addresses in the 10.x.x.x space to routers, modems, etc.
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