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>> | This is based on the assumption that leaking RFC 1918 routing
>> | information or packets with RFC 1918 source or destination 
>> addresses is
>> | actually harmful in and of itself. This is a broken assumption. If
>>
>> Tell that to the root zone operators and brace for the reaction.
>>
>
> Hello Leif,
>
> Do you know what are the problems that *root zone operators* are
> experiencing with RFC 1918 addresses ? It would be very interesting
> if you could explain (to me) some of these issues... I don't see why
> this kind of addresses could be a problem, as long as they
> don't use them....
>
Questions sourced from RFC1918 addresses and queries about RFC1918 
in-addr.arpa (which should be handled by the AS112 servers) are the top 
two garbage requests at i.root-servers.net.

- - kurtis -

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