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Re: Other flapping prefixes. Compare and contrast.
From: Robert Gibson <wa3pxx () cais cais com>
Date: Mon, 11 Sep 1995 09:48:36 -0400 (EDT)

Sprint and Sean are at the forefront of many issues involved with scaling 
issues on the Internet. I have found his comments are valuable, and not 
Michael keep your comments to yourself.
Bob Gibson 
Capital Area Internet Service

On Mon, 11 Sep 1995, Michael F. Nittmann wrote:

Can we stop this bashing right here, Sean? I don't believe that this list 
is the adequate forum four such childish behaviour. I have a collection 
of your past emails and I am rather fed up withthis. 

Can Sean be removed from the list? These are not contributions in any 
sense of constructivity at all.

Sprint can very well chose a different person to make their corporate 
views known on an nanog scale.Mike


On Mon, 11 Sep 1995, Sean Doran wrote:

There were several other providers who got notes from
me about prefixes that were flapping every several seconds
or thereabouts.   The tally so far:

Polite "we have a ticket open and will get someone to fix
things" from three providers (thanks ANS, BBN, EBONE).

A trio of no-answer-yets, one of which has since been
fixed, one of which will be fixed since I have the
advantage of sharing a room with the routing guru
of the NSP in question and the bigger advantage of
not needing nearly as much sleep. :-)

The third no-answer-yet is from a smaller provider in
Europe, and I expect they'll get back to me in their morning.

Finally, there was the previous reply.


P.S.: Oh, I also have to thank Pushpendra Mohta of CERFNET
    who replied to an earlier note personally with an
    explanation of what was going on.

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