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RE: Exodus / Clue problems
Why on earth would anyone let any of the following networks in to their network at the border? 10.0.0.0/8 172.16.0.0/12 192.168.0.0/16 Hell, for that matter, I block anything claiming to be from our networks as well. There's no way they'll be originating from the outside unless it's spoofed. Nothing and I mean NOTHING claiming to be from any of them at your border is valid. At 09:36 PM 11/15/98 -0500, Adam Rothschild wrote: >On Sun, 15 Nov 1998, Dave Van Allen wrote: > >> Same here, dozens of times in a few seconds just now, to all listed >> nameservers... I can't imagine what "process" could do this >> unintentionally. Exodus??? You home? > >Interesting you mention this. I've noticed the following on a FreeBSD >2.2.6 box, running BIND 8.1.2... > >server# netstat >Active Internet connections >Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local Address Foreign Address (state) >tcp 0 0 server.4375 172.16.1.1.1984 >SYN_SENT >tcp 0 0 server.ftp server.4374 >TIME_WAIT > >Internal addr space... port 1984.. cute. > > > ------- John Fraizer | __ _ The System Administrator | / / (_)__ __ ____ __ | The choice mailto:John.Fraizer@EnterZone.Net | / /__/ / _ \/ // /\ \/ / | of a GNU http://www.EnterZone.Net/ | /____/_/_//_/\_,_/ /_/\_\ | Generation A 486 is a terrible thing to waste...