IPv6 Type 0 Routing Header issues

Roger Jørgensen roger at jorgensen.no
Mon Apr 23 20:10:58 CEST 2007

On man, april 23, 2007 19:14, Pekka Savola wrote:
> Speaking of which, during the last couple of months some folks appear
> to have been testing these.  Specifically, our egress source spoofing
> filters block some routing header packets between
> 2001:AD0:301:1002::/64 (DT-IPV6-EE-TLN-VS1) and 2001:730:5::/48
> (NEXTGEN-LAB).  I wonder what those folks are trying to do, maybe test
> ingress filters or map topology using 'roundabout' traceroute..

2001:730:5::/48 is the network I control, and the other one I have no idea
about. Only thing in that netspace I'm somehow connected to is the
eu.irc6.net server that are located in 2001:AD0::/32 netblock.

When did you see this the first time?


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