Internic address allocation policy

Gordon Cook gcook at tigger.jvnc.net
Thu Mar 23 21:24:02 UTC 1995


I am sure the network solutions part is the one being discussed.  The 
general atomics part of the NIC is gone, by the way, stan.  NSF shut it 
down...essentially for non performance.

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On Thu, 23 Mar 1995, Stan Barber wrote:

> Which NIC are you talking about?
> The InterNIC has three different faces. One is run by ATT, one by
> General Atomics and one by Network Solutions. Are you abusing the use of 
> NIC to mean the registration function by Network Solutions?
> 
> Don't forget the RIPE NCC and APNIC are also NICs that have the authority
> to issue addresses as well.
> 
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