icmp redirect from 1.2.3.10: 1.2.3.22 => 1.2.3.22

icmp redirect from 1.2.3.10: 1.2.3.22 => 1.2.3.22

Post by Ted Wa » Wed, 25 Apr 2001 21:42:20



 Hi,

 I've a BIND name server that I turned logging on. In the daily
 summary I see messages similar to this:

 icmp redirect from 1.2.3.10: 1.2.3.22 => 1.2.3.22

 Does this not indicate someone is trying to tell the name
 server to use a special route to 1.2.3.22? Can this be
 innocuous or is this definitely hostile behaviour? Should
 I contact the remote ISP?

 TIA, TW
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