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RE: for folks tracking DDOS sources or reading the GRC attack log

  • From: Richard A. Steenbergen
  • Date: Mon Jun 25 20:15:33 2001

On Mon, Jun 25, 2001 at 04:54:12PM -0700, Mike Batchelor wrote:
> >     24.0/8 is the "cable block".
> No it's not.  Check out 24.132/14 for instance.

IANA and ARIN seem to think it is... Check out:

The "Network 24 - Cable Block" will link to the following text:
 Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA)
 Date: May 11, 2001
 The IANA has completed the administrative transfer of responsibility
 for - (Cable Block) to the American Regional
 Internet Registry (ARIN).
 Questions or Whois information for this 24/8 block should be directed
 to ARIN <>.

I'm sure a few legacy allocations in 24/8 space will happen to slip

> >  Nearly all the cable operators
> > have one slice or another from this block.
> Perhaps this is true in the US.
> >  Nearly all North American
> > cable modems users have address space in this block.
> No they don't.

Well since I don't think you can argue Canadian cable modems follow
different patterns, you seem to have contradicted yourself...

> > Ran
> >
> Didja ever have a bad hair day, when you just felt like being contrary
> for the hell of it?

You think thats funny, until Extreme switchs starts shipping with your
IP null routed by default... :P

Richard A Steenbergen <>
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