Big List of network owners?

John Underhill stepnwlf at
Thu Oct 28 21:29:48 UTC 2004

I realize that there may be no way to contact many of these people, but, it 
is a step towards identifying problem networks. If is 
responsible for a given percentage of the garbage that comes through our 
pipes, and I can leverage user input to identify this, then I can use this 
to create more responsive filtering policies..

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Gary E. Miller" <gem at>
To: "John Underhill" <stepnwlf at>
Cc: <nanog at>
Sent: Thursday, October 28, 2004 5:15 PM
Subject: Re: Big List of network owners?

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> Yo John!
> On Thu, 28 Oct 2004, John Underhill wrote:
>> ... but I am looking for a
>> way to make it more reflexive, automated, and give the users a more 
>> direct
>> course of action that releases our help desk from some of the burden..
> And that is exactly why it will not happen.  A lot of the registrars
> have gone over to the other side.  Ever try to get any domain contact
> info out of nameking?
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