Friendly Reminder From The ISC: Reserved IP Address Space

Today, the ISC Diary had a great post about reserved  addresses ranges and how not all of them should be used in internal networks (e.g. 192.168.1.4, 10.0.0.27).

Included was a table explaining what net blocks are suitable for your LAN.

I hope that this post gives everyone a refresher on what net blocks to use and most importantly, which NOT to use when assigned IP space for your local networks.

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