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Re: Internic address allocation policy
- From: Alan B. Clegg
- Date: Mon Mar 20 12:08:43 1995
On Mon, 20 Mar 1995, Karl Denninger wrote:
> Heh, I can lie my way through anything. I just refuse to do so.
Yup.. I guess that when I drew it out in detail with only two mistakes
[POPs ended up a different location than what was planned] I was lying.
Nope, I did not lie, and neither would you if you were to think a
little. A business plan is just that, a PLAN, and the NIC is asking for
a PLAN, not a full view of the future. If you are wrong, you are wrong.
If you submit what you PLAN, that is what they are asking for.
> Can I predict a year out where we will have POPs, what kind of customers will
> be behind those POPs, or where they will be situated and how we will route
> their networks for them?
If not, you don't have an idea of what your business is going to be
doing. As I said above, you may plan wrong, but you sure as HELL should
have a plan that at least goes a year into the future.
> No damn way. No ISP in the business can possibly do that and be telling the
I don't appreciate being called a liar, Karl.
They asked for a PLAN, I supplied a PLAN.
Alan B. Clegg
Information Systems Manager
American Research Group