Matthew McGehrin wrote:
I think your barking up the wrong tree on this paranoid rant.
I did some consulting for this company, and I find it hard to believe
14 racks of equipment that they would have a 'stolen' /16
You actually believe "14 racks of equipment" can justifiably use 65025
Did you read firstname.lastname@example.org's comments on this? I don't know it for
fact, but I believe he's correct, and in the case that he's right, these
IP's are the property of Lucent and are, in fact, stolen.
Also, perhaps Internap (AS10910) might explain the story behind seemingly
stolen ASN 8143 and their many seemingly stolen IP blocks...
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