dvv at sprint.net
Tue Dec 10 18:07:17 UTC 1996
Hmmm, BTW, with domain names like that one risks to get in trouble with the
Whole New World of Java programming:
java.net.UnknownHostException: Malformed IP address: "1829.com"
(The same "applicationette" run with "no.such.host" as the argument:
Philip Wood writes:
> Mark Charnock,
> charnock at oncampus.com wrote:
> > Hello--
> > I got your name from the Nic as the admin for the above domain "1829.com".
> > If you're not using it, can I have it for my company, which is called 1829.
> > It's a small design shop for students and young adults.
> The number 1829 is an Autonomous System NUMBER (ASN) in use by the
> Los Alamos National Laboratory associated with an Autonomous
> System NAME (ASN) called NOTES.
> So, you can't have it.
> There is no such thing as Domain NAME 1829.COM. So, you better
> register it quick before someone else gets it. %^)
> > thanks,
> > mark charnock
> > charnock at earthlink.net
> Hostmaster at rs.internic.net,
> What's going on here?
> You better hold on tight to your ASN's!
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