> >If you are recommending that people use 10/8 adressing, it would be best
> >to refer them to RFC1918 which just came out this past week and which
> >supercedes 1597. Nothing really new in it, just a bit clearer explanation
> >of private networks and their implications and so on.
> One new item RFC-1918 does mention is the use of 'application layer gateways'
> such as NAT devices, to 'hide' the use of private Internet address space.
Another difference is that RFC1918 has the status of BCP (Best Current
Practices), while RFC1597 is just Informational.