Contact for www.army.mil (AS1503 )
markwgallagher at gmail.com
Wed Dec 11 18:50:36 UTC 2013
Probably looking for the DISA CONUS IPNOC.
Here's a good place to start:
On Wed, Dec 11, 2013 at 2:24 PM, Miles Fidelman
<mfidelman at meetinghouse.net>wrote:
> Lots of luck there. I'll bet this is all handled by a sub-contractor
> who's completely unresponsive. (Brings back memories of the days the Army
> cut all their email over to a DISA contractor, and stuff started bouncing
> all over the place. Reaching one of our sponsors became a nightmare - and
> there was nobody to reach. I expect that's only gotten worse.)
> Warren Bailey wrote:
>> I fully said to call DISA, not CALL THE GUB! ;)
>> DISN GLOBAL SUPPORT CENTER
>> DSN: (510) 376-3222 or (312) 850-4790
>> CML: (800) 554-3476 or (614) 692-4790
>> DISA.DGSC at mail.mil
>> DGSC at COLS.CSD.DISA.SMIL.MIL
>> You probably arenšt on the DSN, and I donšt think they accept incoming
>> calls from the PSTN. May want to try the CML first (probably a civilian
>> sitting at a DISA desk, so theyšll be useful).
>> Hope this helps.
>> (I only know about this because of the satellite part of my life, and the
>> fact that DISA has threatened to slap my peepee several times ;) <3)
>> On 12/10/13, 7:06 PM, "Scott Weeks" <surfer at mauigateway.com> wrote:
>> -------- Original message --------
>>> From: Christopher Morrell <christopher.morrell.nanog at gmail.com>
>>> We are currently having routing issues between one of our customers and
>>> www.army.mil<http://www.army.mil> which is originated from AS1503.
>>> Does anyone have a contact for AS1503? We've tried the ARIN contacts for
>>> AS1503 but have not received any response.
>>> --- wbailey at satelliteintelligencegroup.com wrote:
>>> From: Warren Bailey <wbailey at satelliteintelligencegroup.com>
>>> If memory serves me correctly army.mil is run by DISA. May get more
>>> traction with them.
>>> That's like saying "call the federal government". :-)
>>> Poking around a bit I found:
>>> but I doubt you'll get very far there, either.
>>> nic.mil requires a CAC (www.cac.mil) and is only allowed access from
>>> certain IP address ranges AFAIK.
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> In practice, there is. .... Yogi Berra
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