Searchable archives of the list?
josh at imaginenetworksllc.com
Thu Mar 23 14:23:47 UTC 2023
Why wouldn't one use the link that's provided in the message?
That link is in every NANOG/mailing list message, FYI.
On Thu, Mar 23, 2023 at 10:05 AM Edward McNair <emcnair at nanog.org> wrote:
> The easiest way to search the archives is the use our discourse archive of
> the mailing list at https://community.nanog.org. You will need to create
> a free account at https://www.nanog.org to log in to the Community site.
> Please note that the mailing list mirror is read-only, but it's easily
> searchable and has a great user interface.
> *Edward McNair*
> NANOG Executive Director
> On Mar 23, 2023, at 6:58 AM, Joel M Snyder <Joel.Snyder at opus1.com> wrote:
> This seems an absurd question but … “where are the searchable archives
> of this list?” I have found an innumerable set of archives and copies of
> archives broken into months, but I cannot find a way to search the content
> of the list archive (short of downloading the archives and grepping from
> Is there a searchable archive someplace maintained by nanog? And if so…
> how about updating the nanog web pages about this list with a pointer?
> And finally, the question I was searching to avoid asking on the list:
> does anyone have any experience, good or bad, with leasing out unused IPv4
> space through ipway?
> Joel M Snyder - Opus One - jms at Opus1.COM
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