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Re: Verizon DSL moving to CGN
From: Seth Mos <seth.mos () dds nl>
Date: Tue, 09 Apr 2013 13:28:30 +0200

On 9-4-2013 1:10, Jay Ashworth wrote:
----- Original Message -----
From: "Huasong Zhou" <huasong () kalorama com>

We got this modem and router all in one box from Comcast directly. And
by the way, home use routers don't assign 10.0.0.0 numbers.

I have seen consumer NAT routers assign addresses in all three RFC1918
blocks, though I couldn't cite particular models for you.  10./ is less
common than 172./, but not impossible.

Early Alcatel/Lucent Speedtouch modems assigned 10/8 to the LAN,
effectively breaking all VPN networking to our office. No fun to be had
in that one. Luckily all these shipped without Wifi and have now all
been replaced by Thomson wifi models that use 192.168.[01]/24

Some of the AlliedData Copperjet modems use 172.x

Regards,

Seth


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