[lacnog] IP Squatting en la region?
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Sab Feb 7 20:35:57 BRST 2015
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I am not sure that is the case but when I read "5.x.x.x" it ring a bell.
There was an NAT equipment from an big manufacturer pre configured
with 5/8 as "internal" network for NATing.
It was a long time ago, not sure this equipment is still on the
market, not sure either this is the case.
On 07/02/15 00:04, 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: 188.8.131.52
> Gracias, Doug
> 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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