Draft IP-Bill enters wrap-up phase
davehowe.pentesting at gmail.com
Wed Jan 27 11:55:26 GMT 2016
On 26/01/2016 15:22, Roland Perry wrote:
> In article <56A748BB.6030506 at gmail.com>, Dave Howe
> <davehowe.pentesting at gmail.com> writes
>> By default private internets are no more secure than the public one.
> Quibbling about the terminology, those are probably private intranets.
I would argue for internet - it's a externally provisioned network, with
its own centrally adminstered IPv4 space, that joins disparate locally
adminstered LANs that may or may not NAT or firewall their traffic when
talking to the other hosts on that network (but if they don't, they
should). I use a capital I when talking about the public Internet rather
than private internetworking networks, but can't recall where I picked
up that convention from.
not sure what a public intranet would be, other than a contradiction in
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