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2004/06/12 Bogon


© June 2004 Tony Lawrence

A Bogon address is an ip address that shouldn't be in a routing table and therefore shouldn't be used for hosts or devices. These are not the just the reserved private addresses we use for internal networks. Bogon addresses are often used as the source addresses of DDoS packets.

The Team Cymru Bogon Reference Page provides listings and link references.

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