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Re: lp (184.108.40.206)?
On Sun, 5 Nov 1995, Anonymous wrote:
> > Notice that both messages went through an unnamed site -- 220.127.116.11 and
> > then a strangely-named site, "lp (18.104.22.168)" -- then through the same
> > Vienna, Virginia (USA) site ... and thereafter, on to their destination.
> > I.e., the second message went through Virginia to get from Switzerland to
> > Israel.
> > The whois servers at the InterNIC and at nic.ddn.mil for MILNET Information
> > report, ``No match for "22.214.171.124". '' and `` No match for
> > "126.96.36.199".''
Yes, you've finally cottoned on to the secret NSA routing trick to
cleverly tap all traffic. Really clever the way they use two hosts in the
132.222 Class B network. Strange that traffic from EUNET should be using
that network, especially since it happens to be listed in the whois
database as being NET-EUNET-X25.
::chivalry:ses$ whois -h rs.internic.net 134.222
::European Unix Users Group (NET-EUNET-X25)
:: Kruislaan 413
:: NL-1098 SJ Amsterdam