Swapped IP address bytes.


hwb@gw.umich.edu
20-Feb-86 01:17:59-UT


What's going on here? First Cornell started to send lots of requests
while having the destination IP address obviously swapped, and now
BBN starts to be doing the same. Is this one of the jokes BBN had
half a year or so ago with BBN-META or what's up? The following is
going on for more than 90 minutes now, and I don't consider it to
be very funny (even though I was fairly amused when I saw it
in the first place). More seriously, since BBN is now the second place
which is doing this, I wonder whether some "new" problem is showing up.

        -- Hans-Werner Braun

PS: ICMP 003 000 is a (sub)net unreachable response

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23:45:24 010 ?TRAP-I-ICMP 003 000 [128.89.0.81] -> [35.0.23.128]
23:45:33 010 ?TRAP-I-ICMP 003 000 [128.89.0.81] -> [35.0.23.128]
23:45:48 010 ?TRAP-I-ICMP 003 000 [128.89.0.81] -> [35.0.23.128]
23:46:03 010 ?TRAP-I-ICMP 003 000 [128.89.0.81] -> [35.0.23.128]
23:46:19 010 ?TRAP-I-ICMP 003 000 [128.89.0.81] -> [35.0.23.128]
23:46:34 010 ?TRAP-I-ICMP 003 000 [128.89.0.81] -> [35.0.23.128]
23:46:49 010 ?TRAP-I-ICMP 003 000 [128.89.0.81] -> [35.0.23.128]
23:47:04 010 ?TRAP-I-ICMP 003 000 [128.89.0.81] -> [35.0.23.128]
23:47:19 010 ?TRAP-I-ICMP 003 000 [128.89.0.81] -> [35.0.23.128]
23:47:35 010 ?TRAP-I-ICMP 003 000 [128.89.0.81] -> [35.0.23.128]
23:47:49 010 ?TRAP-I-ICMP 003 000 [128.89.0.81] -> [35.0.23.128]
23:48:19 010 ?TRAP-I-ICMP 003 000 [128.89.0.81] -> [35.0.23.128]
23:49:05 010 ?TRAP-I-ICMP 003 000 [128.89.0.81] -> [35.0.23.128]
23:49:18 010 ?TRAP-I-ICMP 003 000 [128.89.0.81] -> [35.0.23.128]
23:49:33 010 ?TRAP-I-ICMP 003 000 [128.89.0.81] -> [35.0.23.128]
23:49:48 010 ?TRAP-I-ICMP 003 000 [128.89.0.81] -> [35.0.23.128]
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