enom giving Google a bad name

Peter Beckman beckman at angryox.com
Sun Jan 16 18:16:12 UTC 2022

What do you mean by "takes responsibility?"

When my vendor goes down, I do whatever I can to get the end user back up
and running again. I take _ownership_ of the situation and work dilligently
to resolve it, as best I can, within my sphere of control.

However, because I cannot control how my vendor operates their business, how can
I take responsiblity for its actions and operations?

My option is to decide if the vendor had a bad day or if they are inept and
I need to replace them.

Finding them inept and NOT replacing them THEN puts the responsibility on
my shoulders, IMHO.

Has enom been demonstrably inept leading up to this point?


On Sun, 16 Jan 2022, Hank Nussbacher wrote:

> But I just found out that Google is an enom reseller:
> So who takes responsibility when a fiasco happens like this: Google or Enom?

Peter Beckman                                                  Internet Guy
beckman at angryox.com                                https://www.angryox.com/

More information about the NANOG mailing list