Have we started to chop up the B-space into /24's.
Brett D. Watson
bwatson at mci.net
Wed Jan 31 00:01:56 UTC 1996
the customer owns the whole /16 but for some reason they only announce this
> At 04:56 PM 1/30/96 MET, Peter Lothberg wrote:
> >Date: Mon, 29 Jan 1996 17:50:09 +0000
> >From: William griffin <wgriffin at mci.net>
> >To: insc at sprintlink.net
> >Cc: trouble at mci.net, pp000314 at interamp.com
> >Subject: route not being advertised
> >We have a customer with the following address: 18.104.22.168/24 and it seems
> >that you are not accepting our advertising of it. Could you please adv.
> >The darkness illuminates the light.
> >William Griffin
> >Network Engineer
> >wgriffin at mci.net
> According to WHOIS, 164.103/16 appears to belong to:
> % whois 164.103
> Telecommunications Department of Information Systems (NET-IPAPER)
> International Paper
> Southwind Computer Center
> 3232 Players Club Parkway
> Memphis, TN 38125
> Netname: IPAPER
> Netnumber: 22.214.171.124
> Harrison, Donald R. (DRH37) PP000314 at INTERRAMP.COM
> (901) 748-5459 (FAX) (901) 748-5401
> Record last updated on 08-Feb-93.
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> - paul
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