"Steven J. Richardson": Re: Delegation
Steven J. Richardson
sjr at merit.edu
Wed May 24 21:44:10 UTC 1995
Sorry for this message; it seems that merit.edu had problems with your
message (and some with one from Sean) at the time in question.
This appears to have been fixed for several days, now.
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From: "Steven J. Richardson" <sjr at merit.edu>
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To: briank at kimbro.com, nanog at merit.edu
Subject: Re: Delegation
Please cease this.
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From: "D. Brian Kimmel" <briank at Kimbro.Com>
Is there a document or reference available that spells out the proper way
to delegate in-addr authority?
D. Brian Kimmel Kimbro, Inc. Voice 937-8381
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