[c-nsp] Annoying POPups

Rocker Feller rocker.rockerfeller at gmail.com
Tue Feb 10 11:19:57 EST 2009

No NAT these are all public ips.

Router 2811 is the terminating point for all these ips  which come in on
vlans on different subinterfaces.

Customers connect to me via this router and I have issued them public ips.

This router is connected direct to my uplink (Internet) provider.


On Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 6:20 PM, Jay Hennigan <jay at west.net> wrote:

> Rocker Feller wrote:
>> Well am thinking its kind of an attack since its the whole network.
>> Reason when I assign myself an ip on that range and check my ip address
>> from
>> what is my ip.
>> It gives me the ip address of my cisco  router. where that ip range is
>> from.
> Is your Cisco router performing NAT?  If so, this is normal.
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