Additions to the NSFNET policy-based routing database

Belinda Sue Blair bsb
Fri Jan 3 08:51:01 UTC 1992


Steve G.,

The change which you requested has been made to the NSFNET
T1 policy-based routing database and will take effect by
08:00 EST Friday morning.  
 
-B. Sue Blair
 Merit Network Operations

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  >To: "Steven K. Widmayer" <skw at merit.edu>
  >Cc: nwg at merit.edu
  >Subject: Re: Additions to the NSFNET policy-based routing database 
  >In-Reply-To: Your message of "Tue, 31 Dec 91 08:25:37 EST."
  >             <9112311325.AA17963 at home.merit.edu> 
  >Date: Wed, 01 Jan 92 16:11:30 EST
  >From: Steve Goldstein--Ph 202-357-9717 <sgoldste at cise.cise.nsf.gov>
  >
  >
  >Steve,
  >
  >If you will recall, I asked that you clear up the following:
  >
  >192.93.218      PHYNET-C-5         590                 Institut National de
  >                                                       Recherche en
  >                                                       Informatische et
  >                                                       Automatique (IN2P3), BP
  >                                                       105; F-78153 Le Chesnay
  >                                                       Cedex, FRANCE
  >
  >
  >The institution named (BTW, should be "Informatique" and not "Informatische"--
  >We're getting to polyglot Europe too quickly here) is INRIA, and NOT IN2P3!
  >Important that we learn from EASINET/GMD just which one is the responsible
  >institution.  INRIA is indeed in Le Chesnay.  IN2P3 is in Lyon.  GMD folk
  >keep mixing this "metaphor".
  >
  >Thanks,
  >
  >Steve G.






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