[Fwd: Kremen VS Arin Antitrust Lawsuit - Anyone have feedback?]
John L Lee
johnllee at mindspring.com
Sat Sep 9 02:31:37 UTC 2006
The first item they need is a Network Engineer.
You do not have actual IP addresses for servers you have DNS entries. In
my non legal opinion the individual filling suit is out money because of
there lack of understanding of DNS entries versus IP addresses. You can
resolve thousands of web sites to one IP address if you want to or get
another block of IP addresses from ARIN and resolve the other addresses
to the newly assigned addresses. It appears from the filing that they do
not understand how DNS works since with an appropriately designed zone
structure there would be no issues.
This lawsuit is about the stupidity of the plaintiff and not about IP
address management. If any organization owns the IP addresses it is the
registries and they only lease them out to organizations for a nominal
fee to provide order and security for the Internet. ICANN for other
issues and ARIN for addresses bend over backwards to have large ISPs and
multinationals go through the same short process as any other requester
of IP addresses and have only one policy. And if you have ever attended
an ARIN meeting point out of the 100 to several hundred high opinionated
individuals who attend which ones control it for their own economic benefit.
Send this legal team a copy of Comer's books on TCP/IP and Cricket Liu's
book on DNS and BIND. I take the Comer books back they would not
understand them so give them Uyless Black's books they are more clueless
John (ISDN) Lee
Chris Jester wrote:
>I am looking for anyone who has input on possibly the largest case
>regarding internet numbering ever. This lawsuit may change the way
>IP's are governed and adminstered. Comments on or off list please.
>Anyone have experiences like are said in the lawsuit? I would love
>to know if this is true or not. Anyone with negative ARIN experiences
>that relate to the lawsuit, please let me know, thanks!
>For thos interested, you may read this lawsuit here:
>Or google for Kremen VS Arin
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