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Re: Whois lookup info
- From: Jared Mauch
- Date: Wed Mar 10 13:35:56 1999
This is working for me.
net208:~> whois "server puck4-hst"
Aborting search 10 records found .....
Cyberspace Communications, Inc. (CYBERSPACE-DOM) CYBERSPACE.ORG
Cyberspace Communications, Inc. (GREX2-DOM) GREX.ORG
Dead Dog Consulting (DEAD-DOG-DOM) DEAD-DOG.COM
Lunar Network (LUNAR4-DOM) LUNAR.NET
M-Net Inc. (M-NET4-DOM) M-NET.ORG
Pretend Networks (PRETEND5-DOM) PRETEND.NET
TTGCITN Communications (TTGCITN-DOM) TTGCITN.COM
The Association for Clueful People (CLUEFUL3-DOM) CLUEFUL.ORG
Uyema Network (UYEMA-DOM) UYEMA.NET
Web CCB Systems Inc (WEBCCB-DOM) WEBCCB.COM
On Wed, Mar 10, 1999 at 10:23:54AM -0800, Michael Dillon wrote:
> On Wed, 10 Mar 1999, Dan Bustillos - Datalink Internet wrote:
> > Maybe someone can help. In the past you could do a lookup at the 'nic
> > with /server (Server nic handle) Now you can't. Does anyone have any
> > ideas?
> It's politics now.
> Network Solutions is unilaterally making changes to the Internic services
> they offer without any notice or any attempt to publicly consult with
> network operators. The only way I can thnk of to address this is the
> political route. Start by making a formal request to ICANN
> http://www.icann.org for this service and explain why it is needed. Follow
> up with a formal complaint to the Department of Commerce in Washington DC
> regarding the sudden withdrawal of the service.
> Or sit silently on your hands, bellyache with your friends and deserve
> what you get. That's how politics works. You have no choice as to whether
> you play the game of politics. Your only choice is what role to play.
> Michael Dillon - E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Check the website for my Internet World articles - http://www.memra.com
Jared Mauch | pgp key available via finger from email@example.com
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