NET99 sabotages IGC's routes
David ``Joel Katz'' Schwartz
stimpson at stimpson.igc.net
Sat Mar 16 06:15:31 UTC 1996
On Fri, 15 Mar 1996, Ehud Gavron wrote:
> David Schwartz writes...
> >This outage was deliberately engineered by AGIS/NET99.
> Is there something you expect the nanog list (community) to do? I
> read this, and I share your concerns at what your allegations show
> is either restraint of trade or tort interference... but why here? *
I don't know. We'll likely be pursuing our own legal actions.
> > NET99's deliberate, malicious actions are contrary to the very
> >spirit of the Internet.
> So far so good..
> >They resulted in DALnet (the third largest IRC network) being split
> Yada yada yada. Look, if you have a serious complaint, stick to it.
> Complaining about IRC is tantamount to saying "Hi, I'm without a clue
> as to what is important and what isn't." Nobody is going to go to bat
> for you because your IRC net was split. Try something more important
> like "Our customers couldn't reach the net." I know it doesn't sound
> exciting, but it strikes home for _everyone_ (almost) on this list.
You are without a clue as to what is important to me and what is
important to my customers. Yes, our customers were cut off from their
customers. Forgive me for trying to mention something specific.
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