|reply to Inssomniak |
Re: Own ARIN IPs
Bitter sweet feeling.
We've been assigned our /22
I won't give it out here, BUT it starts with 192.xx.xx.xx... (No it's not 192.168)
It technically is a valid address by all standards, but I'm curious due to its being so close to a Bogon if it will cause me any headaches or issues I didn't think about.
We assign 192.168.99.x to our clients on the interior side of the CPE, and NAT from there. So I don't see an issue here asides from some bad placed netmasks, but that would be a problem regardless.
I'm more wondering from the outside world if that could risk being a problem due to another stupid operator blocking the entire 192 range thinking it's a bogon etc. So we would run into a lot of routing holes etc.
Anyone have any thoughts on this? This is some new ground for us.
You are probably fine
You cant be the only one with a 192. range.
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|reply to voxframe |
One would hope there are no bogon filters left these days, since all address space that can possibly be allocated, has been allocated. Bogon filters dont really buy you anything these days.
But you might run in to some in some obscure places. Banks seem to be pretty bad in my experience (risk averse - dont change things that arent broken, including ACLs.)