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Infrastructure addresses definition
- Subject: Infrastructure addresses definition
- From: lists at mtin.net (Justin Wilson)
- Date: Thu, 24 Feb 2011 11:57:54 -0500
- In-reply-to: <[email protected]>
I consider anything not facing the customer to be infrastructure. In
terms of CPE, routers, etc. If it's a point to point connection
(t1,wireless,etc) the address on the router on my end facing the customer
router is considered a customer address.
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On 2/24/11 11:13 AM, "Tassos Chatzithomaoglou" <achatz at forthnet.gr> wrote:
>How do you define infrastructure addresses in your network?
>Ok, probably router loopbacks are some of them. Router LANs also.
>But what about addresses used on WAN (or LAN p2p) links that are used
>for interconnections with customers?
>What about addresses used for public servers (dns, mail, web, etc)?
>Do you consider these as infrastructure addresses?
>If yes, how do you define your iACLs with these included?