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To throw additional information (or confusion or simply wrong stuff?) in :

In message <20001127163217.B20394@alcove.wittsend.com>, "Michael H. Warfield" w
rote:
> I have been unable to find any documentation in the RFCs
>which lay claim to restricting 128.0.*.* or 191.255.*.*. The fact

RFC1940, though it's "only" informational, bottom of page 7 :
--- snip ---
Source Route (variable)

The components of the source route are syntactically IP
addresses.

An IP address from network 128.0.0.0 is used to encode a next
hop that is a domain. The least significant two octets contain
the DI, which is an Internet Autonomous System number.
--- snip ---

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