Read RFC1918 and look into network address translation.
On Thu, 11 Sep 1997 sandeep @
> The IP address 10.x.x.x cannot be routed on the Internet. But this can be
> very well routed on one's own network or an Intranet.What if one were to
> have DNS around having their entries , so then won't they be also routed.I
> mean how is that 10.... cannot be routed.
> I hope what i said is clear.How are the 10.... packets not allowed to be
> routed. Because they are routed on internal or private networks.
> What happens if one starts up a DNS with stolen IP addresses ie one starts
> broadcating IP address resolution to one's host names. How can this be
> regulated or infact how is it being regulated ?
> Thanks in advance to all Networking gurus