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Re: Odd DDoS, anyone else seen this?
On Mon, 25 Nov 2002, Chris Roberts wrote: > Yer, some dial providers that I've seen do it to make use of these > addresses, as x.x.x.0/32 is a perfectly valid host address. I've seen this too. Dialup boxes that use dynamic pools prefer them to start on a subnet boundry so that they can announce a single aggregate route for the whole pool. However we ran into problems with using x.x.x.0 before (think it was a broken TCP/IP from some vendor or another) and so we moved the dynamic pools further up the subnet. Rich