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Author leim
Recipients christian.heimes, jcea, leim, ncoghlan, pmoody, santoso.wijaya, terry.reedy
Date 2013-03-15.21:25:15
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is_private should return true for all prefixes that are intended for
*private* use, hence it should include rfc1918 and rfc6598. rfc6598

On 16 March 2013 06:34, pmoody <> wrote:

> pmoody added the comment:
> Is the request that is_private should return true for all
> reserved/non-routable addresses? The docstrings refer to specific rfcs
> which don't cover most of the addresses listed in the wikipedia page. I
> haven't done a lot of network programming in the last couple of years, so
> what do folks think the least surprising result here would be?
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