[lacnog] IP Squatting en la region?
Carlos M. Martinez
carlosm3011 en gmail.com
Vie Feb 6 16:37:16 BRST 2015
In a sense, the squatters know better and they don't (usually) announce
the squatted prefixes to the public Internet, but in order to make their
networks more manageable they prefer not to squeeze everything under 10/8.
I've seen with my own eyes squatting of 20/8 (just because, you know,
it's 10, 20, 30 and so on, nice integers that form a neat series :-)))
). Worse of all, this was at a *university*, of all places. Just imagine
what were the lessons these students took home...
On a related note... How could we design an experiment that would allow
an external observer to detect squatters ? I'd love to see ideas about
something like this.
On 2/6/15 2:04 PM, Doug Madory wrote:
> Hola Andres,
> I don't see Claro (or any other Colombian provider) globally announcing any IP address space in 5.x.x.x range.
> However, they could be internally numbering with this address space and that could cause a problem for their customers. There are many cases of providers around the world using global IP addresses for internal numbering, which is a risky practice.
> Can anyone with Claro Colombia residential service post a traceroute to one of the affected IPs? Por ejemplo: 220.127.116.11
> Doug Madory
> Director of Internet Analysis, Dyn @dynresearch
> Hanover, NH +1 603-263-6868
> Dyn is a cloud-based Internet Performance company
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