Block Bogon Networks

Bogon networks are invalid on the internet, as they are networks that have been reserved for special use, or have not yet been allocated to a customer. These networks should not be seen on the internet.

Some examples of reserved IPv4 networks are:

  • Private Networks ( /8, /12, and /16)
  • Loopback Addresses ( /8, ::1 /128)
  • Link-local Addresses ( /16, FE80:: /10)
  • Initialisation Addresses ( /8)

In addition to these addresses, any blocks of networks that IANA has not yet assigned to RIR’s is considered a bogon network.

Posted in Network Security, Uncategorized on Dec 09, 2019

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