Nevertheless putting router interface ip address for your network
Once upon a time, Mark Kent <email@example.com> said:
I think this is an important point to make because of my interaction
with small.net. When I pointed out the timeouts they said that it was
because they don't announce the router IP addresses, which is true but
not the whole story. I mentioned that some providers in the past
numbered on rfc1918 space and traceroute still worked, so that alone
was not enough.
Not announcing their router interface IP space is not any type of
security. Anyone directly connected to them (customer or peer) could if
they wish statically route that IP space, and any such security would be
gone. Unless it is otherwise filtered, any customer with a default
route can reach their routers.