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Re: is your host or dhcp server sending dns dynamic updates for rfc1918?
> now as to who's responsible, first off you have to understand that we block > rfc1918-sourced packets at our AS boundary. (otherwise these numbers would > be Much Higher are you sure? i suspect they are windows 2000 systems behind NATs. so the dynamic update is for the 1918 address, but the packet source address has been natted into real space. randy