IANA reserved Address Space

> Bill Manning wrote:
> that said, as long as your lab is never going to
> connect to the Internet, you may want to consider
> using the following prefixes:
> [..]

I would not use for anything.


  that would be you.

  in 1989, i built a 6,000 node network w/ 400 subnets
  out of that address range. worked a treat. since then
  the UNIX fascists have tightened their grip on what
  the enterprising admin can do w/ that portion of the
  address map.

  now seems mostly good for things like NTP
  and "host" addresses, not tied to any specific interface.

  still useful for some of us.