karl at Mcs.Net
Fri Mar 21 00:27:19 UTC 1997
Its time to move on to eDNS folks.
Give YOURSELF a choice when someone does this kind of thing to you.
Would you tolerate no options in who you buy connectivity and hardware from?
No? Then why do you tolerate it in the DNS business?
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On Thu, Mar 20, 1997 at 04:15:12PM -0800, Hong Chen wrote:
> Yes, we have to do something about it. Recently, I have seen
> several large ISPs got affected by Internic.
> I know for sure that both Aimnet.net and Internex.net are
> putting on hold, despite the fact that Aimnet.net already
> paid and our check was cashed 2 days before they put us
> on hold.
> You just cannot imagine how many our customers are getting
> affected. CRL, Aimnet, and Internex likes are major ISPs with
> hundred and thousands of corporate customers using their
> George, we are fully behind you on this.
> Hong Chen 408-567-3800 (tel)
> hchen at aimnet.net 408-567-0990 (fax)
> On Thu, 20 Mar 1997, George Herbert wrote:
> > Whether or not InterNIC feels like putting people who haven't
> > paid on hold, doing so to people who have paid is completely
> > irresponsible. Despite having cancelled check literally in hand,
> > I'm on hold. I got a notice 10 days ago and sent them a response
> > that i had the cancelled check. TODAY, they put me on hold and said
> > "sorry, we have no record of this, please send us the check
> > date and details" rather than ask me that first and then
> > put me on hold if I couldn't provide them.
> > I will be lobbying to have InterNICs contract voided immediately
> > for failure to keep proper records and act in a responsible
> > manner with its fee operations if this goes on. The "is registry
> > something that is charged for" debate is one thing, but gross
> > mismanagement is another.
> > -george william herbert
> > gherbert at crl.com
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