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hyelton

join:2008-02-29
Rutherfordton, NC

Trace route revealing Internal IP

So I did a trace root to my own website and I got 3 IP`s at the first 3 and they were private IP`s

1st one is mine (of course) but the other 2 are NOT!
2nd was 10.xxx.xxx.xxx
3rd was 192.168.50.5

and when doing a service scan BOTH have Telnet ports open so I telneted to them and got this, So what is this for?



I have Northland Cable But why would I need to go through TWO private nodes before getting out to the internet? and I wonder why there is telnet access?

jimbopalmer
Tsar of all the Rushers

join:2008-06-02
Greenwood, MS
kudos:3
Reviews:
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To conserve Public IP addresses, it appears your ISP is using private IP addresses for their internal nodes. If done correctly, this should add no additional difficulties for their users.

The notice? It prevents the "I did not know I was trespassing" defense at the trail.
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