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Re: Packet anonymity is the problem?
On Sat, 10 Apr 2004, Sean Donelan wrote: : "Because of the way TCP/IP works, it's an open network," Keromytis : said. "Other network technologies don't have that problem. They have : other issues, but only IP is subject to this difficulty with abuse." If networks properly filtered the source IP's of packets exiting or entering their networks to only the valid delegations for that network, this would be far less of a problem: we could at least get *some* accountability going. Of course, the still high number of bogon routes illustrate that very few folks (if any) really care. -- -- Todd Vierling <firstname.lastname@example.org> <email@example.com>