I have a client who is now peering with BBN. BBN supplied a /30 as follows:
Thats ok. The other side is the customer colo router and the IP of
18.104.22.168 shows: chi2-vts.ianet.net
Now I claim that the domain ianet.net (based on Internic data) is some
company in WV and has nothing to do with us (ianet is the customer name we
were assigned by BBN). BBN claims that is this their "standard naming
convention" for assigning customer interface names.
BBN is confused.
They should change it to a moniker that is acceptable to the customer.
If ianet.net is taken by someone other than the customer,
they have an obligation (sorry, not RFC mandated) to represent
I could go on, but why. BBN still thinks they invented tcp/ip.