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Re: [Fwd: Kremen VS Arin Antitrust Lawsuit - Anyone have feedback?]
- From: Jonathan Lassoff
- Date: Fri Sep 08 05:31:59 2006
Chris Jester wrote:
This could be fairly interesting. One bit that did stick out is II. A.
25 (I don't know what the proper notation for this should be), "Recently
a new form of Internet addressing has emerged, called Classless
Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR). In this new addressing protocol, a CIDR
network address could look like this: 190.30.250.00/21. The prefix is
the address of the network, or
I am looking for anyone who has input on possibly the largest case
regarding internet numbering ever. This lawsuit may change the way
IP's are governed and adminstered. Comments on or off list please.
Anyone have experiences like are said in the lawsuit? I would love
to know if this is true or not. Anyone with negative ARIN experiences
that relate to the lawsuit, please let me know, thanks!
For thos interested, you may read this lawsuit here:
Or google for Kremen VS Arin
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gateway, and the number after the slash indicates the size of the
network. The higher the number, the more host space that is in the network."
Well, last I checked, 1993 wasn't recent, and those last two sentences
were quite a mistake.