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Re: in-addr.arpa?
From: Pete Templin <templin () urdirect net>
Date: Thu, 15 Jun 2000 13:53:55 -0500 (CDT)



On Thu, 15 Jun 2000, Vadim Antonov wrote:

Hank Nussbacher <hank () att net il> wrote:

Why would 216.136.44.104 do something like this?

Aside from DNS glitch this traceroute has other funnies:

10 sl-inetconn-1-0-0-T3.sprintlink.net (144.228.207.46) [AS 1239] 200 msec 204 msec 208 msec
11 pa1-atm0-6-bbr01.alby.twtelecom.net (207.250.101.2) [AS 4323] 244 msec 264 msec 248 msec
12 pa1-atm0-5-acr01.alby.twtelecom.net (216.136.44.242) [AS 4323] 256 msec 252 msec 252 msec
13 learnl-ppp-1130-09-u242.alby.twtelecom.net (207.250.24.30) [AS 3857] 256 msec 260 msec 256 msec
14 ip104.44.136.216.in-addr.arpa (216.136.44.104) [AS 4323] 404 msec 400 msec 380 msec

Look at the ASNs, particluarly hops 12-13-14 :)

As a Time Warner Telecom data customer, I think I can help shed some
light.  In an attempt to have a "national" network, TWT bought inc.net.
In doing so, they inherited their network, NOC, ASN, and address space.
I've been assured that they are working diligently to consolidate their
operations, but they're obviously not done yet.

Pete

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