Craig A. Huegen
c-huegen at quad.quadrunner.com
Fri Aug 2 01:27:25 UTC 1996
On Thu, 1 Aug 1996, George Herbert wrote:
==>I think that it is appropriate for newcomer networks to ask what
==>the ettiquette is for dealing with routing policy problems here.
==>The eventual solution will obviously require direct contact with
==>alternet, but there are other issues, such as whether broadcasting
==>competing announcements is ok or not (probably best not to... wait
==>until it's all settled).
A lot of times it's very difficult to tell the management of a company who
has 'ownership' (meant loosely) of the official records of the
CIDR block that they can't use it immediately because someone else is
'borrowing' their address space.
And, I _do_ believe that problems such as this are related to the
Operation of North American Networks.
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