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Re: Contact at Austrian Telecom - urgent
- From: Suresh Ramasubramanian
- Date: Mon Jan 10 09:04:47 2005
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On Mon, 10 Jan 2005 13:50:15 +0000, Michael.Dillon@radianz.com
> 1. Did you try using inoc-dba to contact
> other Austrian providers like ACONET
> to ask them this question?
> 2. After you finally made contact with
> Austrian Telecom, did you tell them about
> the inoc-dba system and direct them to
> the URL with information about how to
> get connected?
Man, that's a question that's really worth asking - and I do keep
asking it whenever I see the periodic "paging $provider" emails.
INOC-DBA, the Cisco NSP list.. and there's always ARIN / RIPE whois
contacts, that do have a phone number available .. and quite
frequently that is the only way to contact a provider if they're
unreachable from your corner of the internet thanks to a backhoe
incident, fat fingered firewall ACL or whatever.
Maybe a nanog FAQ entry on "how to hunt for provider contact information"?
Suresh Ramasubramanian (email@example.com)