Re: routing routable IPs over non-routable IPs
While we're on this subject, does anyone know what IANA plans to do with the
vast number of "reserved" ip ranges. There are atleast 75 reserved class A
ranges that I don't know what they're reserved for. People are claiming
we're running out of ip addresses but as far as I can see there's more than
enough left for decades to come.
At 09:28 PM 6/1/01 +0200, Marc Haber wrote:
>On Tue, 22 May 2001 08:00:01 +0200, Robert Waldner
>>On Tue, 22 May 2001 01:26:56 EDT, Chris Wagner writes:
>>>We should probably clarify "non-routable" by saying "non-publicly routable".
>>Well, we could also say RFC1918, couldn´t we ;-?
>I prefer to say "site local" which is both almost accurate and terse.
>This is not offical terminology, but there is an RFC that calls the
>"169.254.0.0/16" "link local", so "site local" seems fine.
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