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> I hope/assume that everyone knows/understands that we do not accept
> such examples in RFCs. We want them to be of the form:
> or some such.
> See ID-NITs at http://www.ietf.org/ID-nits.html
> Which says:
> o Addresses used in examples should prefer use of fully qualified
> domain names to literal IP addresses, and prefer use of example
> fqdn's such as foo.example.com to real-world fqdn's
> See RFC 2606 for example domain names that can be used.
> There is also a range of IP addresses set aside for this purpose.
> These are 192.0.2.0/24 (see RFC 3330). Private addressess that
> would be used in the real world should be avoided in examples.
Not only is it not legal as an example, it goes against the letter and
spirit of the original RFC.
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