[Dshield] Weird scanning, weird ports, weird TCP flags..
Brian.Coyle at disney.com
Thu Oct 23 19:53:09 GMT 2003
Nick Harley [mailto:nickharley at bcbsal.org] Sent: Thursday, October 23, 2003 14:21
> This is a bit of a newbie question but I don't understand your range
> notation: "private address space and ranges like: 0/8, 1/8, 126/8, etc."
> Can anyone tell me how this works? I've seen it in other places as well
> but no one's really been able to give a good explanation.
Is a good start.
Very quick- the "slash number" (/8, /16, /24 etc) defines the number of bits in a subnet mask. This is known as CIDR notation (Classless Internet Domain Routing). This superceeds the older, classful (A/B/C/D/E) networking. See also RFC 1519.
-- Brian, GCIA
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