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BCP38 - Internet Death Penalty

On Tue, 26 Mar 2013 10:51:45 -0400, Jay Ashworth said:

> Do we need to define a flag day, say one year hence, and start making the
> sales pitch to our Corporate Overlords that we need to apply the IDP to
> edge connections which cannot prove they've implemented BCP38 (or at very
> least, the source address spoofing provisions thereof)?

How would one prove this?  (In particular, consider the test "have them
download the spoofer code from SAIL and run it" - I'm positive there will
be sites that will put in a /32 block for the test machine so it "fails"
to spoof but leave it open for the rest of the net).
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