Might be a good time to mention that there is a web page that tracks all of
the bogus routing information sent each day. See http://www.ra.net/statistics
and select "routing problems."
There is also now a mailing list where you can receive a daily list of all the
bogus routes (RFC-1918, IANA reserved nets, host announcements, etc.) sent the
previous day. To subscribe, send mail to email@example.com.
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