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Re: IP Addresses for colocation

  • From: Charles Sprickman
  • Date: Fri Jun 22 11:09:18 2001

Is it really necessary to respond to a polite question with this kind of
attitude?

Is your goal to educate other netops or just belitte people?

Charles

On Fri, 22 Jun 2001, Sean M. Doran wrote:

> So, it's like the DNS has totally stopped working, to the point
> where there is zero possibility of adding in new A RRs?   And the
> tools that allow centralizatioin of address administration, like
> DHCP, have also broken down, I guess.  I blame the Internet Software
> Consortium for people wanting to migrate _whole /24s_ instead of
> doing a renumbering exercise when they shift gear from using one
> connection to the Internet to another, since obviously their
> software (like BIND and DHCP) is horribly flawed and unusable.
>
> | Is there a better way to get a /24 that can "go anywhere"?
>
> You can pay each of the thousands of ISPs whose routing tables
> will have to carry your prefix in their routing systems... have
> you considered that?  (I'll do it for 100 U.S. dollars, inquire within!)
>
> 	Sean.
>





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