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Re: Interesting new spam technique - getting a lot more popular.
- From: Mark Smith
- Date: Thu Jun 15 07:00:53 2006
On Wed, 14 Jun 2006 11:59:51 -0700
Warren Kumari <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Jun 14, 2006, at 2:18 AM, John van Oppen wrote:
> > That being said, I know at least one of our transit customers does
> > hosting exactly how you are describing. Coincidentally, this
> > customer is also one of the customers that asked if we could "give
> > them a class C block."
> Ok, I KNOW I am going to be slapped by a bunch of people here, but....
> I often refer to a /24 (anywhere in the space) as a "class C".
Actually, we've recently seen an Internet service RFP requesting Class
A addresses because they were "better" than Class Bs! At least they
won't be asking for any Class Cs - too low rent for them !
Hmm, I've just realised that we've just been assigned a "Class A" /18,
so maybe we can supply the customer "Class A, Number 1 Grade, Premium,
Royal Quality IP addresses" after all.
"Sheep are slow and tasty, and therefore must remain constantly
- Bruce Schneier, "Beyond Fear"