[Dshield] Re: Dshield digest,

Tom Laermans tom.laermans at powersource.cx
Fri Mar 8 21:24:05 GMT 2002


At 18:51 08/03/2002, you wrote:
>Perhaps you will be more at ease if you understood the routing a http
>request goes through before reaching the destination.
>1, it first contacts the registrar (usually the 10.*.*.* who tells it where
>to find the DNS server. Some Registrars allow entry of 4 or more DNS servers

Haha, right, sure. Registrars (ahem?) will obviously not have an internal 
LAN address, because then nobody will be able to reach them. It's also not 
the registrars who run the "root" dns servers to find out a domain's 
nameservers, it's the NIC's.

Internal addresses in a traceroute are perfectly allowed, if an ISP wants 
to use internal addresses for his (its?) routers, he can surely do it.. You 
have not business pinging/administrating them from your own connection anyway..


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