[Cerowrt-devel] bcp38 and the caida "spoofer" tool

Matt Taggart matt at lackof.org
Mon Apr 17 19:40:58 EDT 2017

Dave Taht writes:

> I am curious as to how many here are using the lede/openwrt bcp38 package?

I always install it everywhere since I consider it part of being a good 
netizen, even if I think the odds of it getting used are low. So far it's 
always just worked, with one exception where I was doing something weird 
with rfc1918 ranges, and then I just had to use the luci interface to 

I've had similar ideas for ways to use openwrt/lede to help protect against 
IoT devices participating in botnets. Ideally each time you added an IoT 
device to your network, you'd have to go in to luci and approve the device 
and what types of things it was allowed to do. Possibly separate ESSIDs for 
them? Maybe dedicate one wired port to be sort of an IoT DMZ?

Matt Taggart
matt at lackof.org

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