Bogus announcement of 126.96.36.199/24 by AGIS - CLEARED
wb8foz at nrk.com
Sat Dec 27 18:15:29 UTC 1997
Karl Denninger sez:
> On Fri, Dec 26, 1997 at 08:20:55PM -0700, Darin Wayrynen wrote:
> > >
> > > I *DID* open a trouble ticket BEFORE posting.
> > There are no trouble tickets in our ticket system opened by either
> > yourself, any of your employees, or any of your downstream customers
> > for the past few days. In fact, there were very few tickets opened at
> > all.
> > Do you have a ticket number?
> > > If you are THIS disconnected from what goes on in your own company, perhaps
> > > we need a new upstream provider.
> > Actually, you know that I'm not disconnected from what goes on in this
> > organization. I see every ticket that is opened, worked on, and
> > closed, which is why when I read about your situations on the Nanog
> > mailing list rather than our internal email system I get concerned that
> > something is amiss, and check out the ticket system myself.
> > Darin
> > --
> > 'shredding packets around the world'
> > ========================================================================
> > Darin Wayrynen, Chief Technology Officer, (602) 303-9500, darin at good.net
> That's ok Darin.
> Copies of the email from your NOC people who were working the issue, and
> ultimately resolved the issue, will be attached to our cancellation - since
> you persist in calling me a liar in public.
Gee, Karl... I don't once seem him calling you a liar.......
I do see him asking for the ticket number. Maybe the people who
should have opened a ticket did not; it's impossible to say at
this distance. But asking you for the number is a far cry from
insulting you. Why not just post same?
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