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Re: 1829 domain...????

  • From: Ben Liberman
  • Date: Tue Dec 10 13:35:37 1996

>Problem:
>
>	The number 1829 is an Autonomous System NUMBER (ASN) in use by the
>	Los Alamos National Laboratory associated with an Autonomous
>        System NAME (ASN) called NOTES.
>
>        So, you can't have it.
>
>However:
>
>        There is no such thing as Domain NAME 1829.COM.  So, you better
>	register it quick before someone else gets it. %^)
>

>Hostmaster@rs.internic.net,
>
>  What's going on here?

Nothing.  Looks like he fed "1829" to a "whois" search instead
of "1829.COM"

PS - when I do a whois on some 1, 2, and 3 digit ASN's that are less
than 254, whois gives me an "A" domain in response.   There IS
an ASN 10, isn't there?


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 ben@BL.COM      Ben Liberman
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