Operational Issues with 188.8.131.52/8...
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Mon Dec 9 15:52:50 UTC 2002
LB> Date: Mon, 9 Dec 2002 10:04:52 -0500
LB> From: Leo Bicknell
LB> Right. Suggest a way IANA could reasonably notify all the
LB> users. I personally don't see one. So, responsible or not,
LB> they have no good way to notify people. The registries have
LB> a way to notify people.
Correct. Then the issue is whether or not people respond. I
like Jeff Wheeler's post... people who don't update their filters
lose GTLD (and root?) nameserver service.
And, again, while we're at it -- let's let the NSen in question
end in .0 and .255 to help rid the Net of broken "smurf filters".
LB> Point is, end users don't deal with IANA. They deal with the
LB> registries and for those in North America (this is nanog,
LB> isn't it) ARIN is it. As the communities desigated
LB> represenative to interface with IANA, I feel it is ARIN's
LB> duty to collect and distribute information from IANA.
Give Rob Thomas official authority, a paycheck, and the necessary
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