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Re: again: how to get an IP from EP.net

  • From: Carlos Friacas
  • Date: Wed Jan 26 09:29:19 2005

On Wed, 26 Jan 2005, Fredy Kuenzler wrote:

bmanning@vacation.karoshi.com wrote:
the paix engineering team does the assignments for PAIX exchanges.
we (EP) just shunt the request to them. <engineering@paix.net> should
respond to the requestor with the address assigned.
Ok, little mis-understanding. The PAIX form asks for the ip address, there is no mark that the ip should be issued by the exchange. Maybe you could either 'cc the requestor or make a note at the form.

Thanks anyway.

wrt IPv6... why not?
<flamewar-protection>
another thing the world does not need
</flamewar-protection>

SCNR
F.

Hi,

Perhaps you tags are not working 100% properly... ;-)

Why do YOU think the world doesnt need IPv6?

Because atm YOU can get IPv4 addresses in a cheap and easy way?
Because you perceive NAT as the ultimate technology, that solves all YOUR problems?
Other?


Regards,

./Carlos
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