Low AS - Number
John Palmer (NANOG Acct)
nanog at adns.net
Mon Apr 21 21:48:57 UTC 2003
Naughty, naughty - you know what ARIN will say about that. "You cannot transfer an AS Num". We changed the name
of our company and they still have the old name on it. I finally told them that the ARIN WHOIS was incorrect and it was
their fault for not changing the information to the correct info.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Roland Verlander" <rolyv at bigpond.com>
To: <nanog at merit.edu>
Sent: Monday, April 21, 2003 4:48 PM
Subject: Re: Low AS - Number
> Dwight Ringdahl wrote:
> > Just a quick FYI, I am no longer with WebUseNet ASN 19151. I'll be
> > to build a new network over the next several months. Does anyone have a
> > ASN I can buy/transfer as to not have one up in the 30,000s...
> > My new contact info for now is, dwightringdahl at yahoo.com, contact me off
> > list if you have any questions.
> > Thanks
> > Dwight Ringdahl
> I'd like to get a short (maximum 4 digit) ASN, too.
> To contact me, use the email address thats in the headers of this message.
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