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Author pmoody
Recipients christian.heimes, jcea, leim, macfreek, ncoghlan, pmoody, santoso.wijaya, terry.reedy, vstinner
Date 2013-08-22.01:15:28
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is_private was, as you note, basically shorthand for is_RFC1918 (and is_RFC4193 for v6). It's not a particularly well-named method, but at the time that I wrote it (~5 years ago?), it did what I needed it to do.

I'm not sure what you mean by an 'is_natted()' method; there's nothing in particular preventing someone from natting a globally unique address. is_global() makes some sense to me, and it appears that I most likely have to update is_reserved, but I don't understand is_forwardable().
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