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Re: Allocation of IP Addresses

  • From: Jeff Young
  • Date: Thu Mar 14 14:42:11 1996

the phone system is global as well, i guess the us government should
not be allowed to govern it?  i'd say your safe until a smart senate
staffer actually sits down to explain some of the issues to his boss
who picks up the pole and starts to wave the flag...

Jeff Young
young@mci.net


> 
> No matter what happens...the following can not continue...
> 
> 	1. One person at the InterNIC playing Jesus Christ with the IP addresses...
> 	2. One person at IANA playing God the Father with IP addresses...
> 	3. Network Solutions, Inc. (and SAIC) competing against ISPs...
> 	4. Selected ISPs being given huge blocks of the address space...
> 
> There has to be a democratic process...of the people, for the people and by the people...
> 
> ...not just for John, Paul, George and Ringo....even if John is the Pope...
> 
> Jim Fleming
> Naperville, IL
> 
> 
> P.S. Where has IANA documented the following allocation....???
> 
> $ whois NETBLK-ATHOME
> @Home (NETBLK-ATHOME)
>    385 Ravendale Drive
>    Mountain View, CA 94043
> 
>    Netname: ATHOME
>    Netblock: 24.0.0.0 - 24.3.255.0
> 
>    Coordinator:
>       Mockapetris, Paul V.  (PM1)  pvm@HOME.NET
>       415-944-7200 415-944-7221 (FAX) 415-944-8501
> 
>    Domain System inverse mapping provided by:
> 
>    TELLER.HOME.NET              206.15.25.1
>    NS1.GEO.NET                  192.231.42.2
> 
>    Record last updated on 24-Jan-96.
> 
> The InterNIC Registration Services Host contains ONLY Internet Information
> (Networks, ASN's, Domains, and POC's).
> Please use the whois server at nic.ddn.mil for MILNET Information.  
> 
> ----------
> From: 	bmanning@ISI.EDU[SMTP:bmanning@ISI.EDU]
> Sent: 	Wednesday, March 13, 1996 10:51 PM
> To: 	Jim Fleming
> Cc: 	dorian@cic.net; kovar@NDA.COM; com-priv@psi.com; jfbb@atmnet.net; nanog@merit.edu; nathan@netrail.net; nic-registry@internic.net
> Subject: 	Re: Allocation of IP Addresses
> 
> > 
> > 
> > Here are some people that might be interested in these issues...
> > 
> > Jim Fleming
> > Naperville, IL
> > 
> > @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
> > There always will be disadvantages of being small. This is true in every 
> > market.
> > 
> > >   Do you truly believe there is no way to avoid the forced renumbering
> > > problem for the smaller ISPs?
> > 
> > There is no way to avoid renumbering. Every other plausible proposal I've 
> > seen have been renumbering under a different guise.
> > 
> > -dorian
> > 
> 
> 	Jim, old buddy,  you forgot the European Union delegates, South
> 	America, Africa, CIS, China and the AP nations.   Better punt the
> 	whole darn thing right to the UN right now.  Since when did the 
> 	global internet get to be regulated by the US government?
> 
> -- 
> --bill
> 
> 
> 





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