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Re: question about per. hack
From: Ray Davis <ray () carpe net>
Date: Tue, 22 Jul 1997 19:24:36 +0200

Why not just block all his garbage NSes and the fantasy NSes he's
pointing to?  A quick scan of `dig @nyc.alternic.net . axfr' reveals
the entries I've enclosed at the bottom.  The unique IPs in this list
are below and we've blocked them all at our border so none of out NSes
can get polluted by them.  Why not do the same?

Cheers,
Ray

===== Unique set of IPs from the alternic fantasy tld list =====
<snip>
      205.206.189.3
<snip>
    207.107.232.3
<snip>

These addresses is under my care. Eugene does NOT have access to them. They 
are NOT part of the Alternic scheme anymore. They were used during the 
"experimental" phase of Alternic. Before you haphazardly start blocking 
addresses you should do your research completely. I've got no problems 
telling my customers ..."Sorry sir, you can't reach carpe.net because 
they have poor filtering practices." You'll probably find many others in 
your hit list that are nolonger connected to the Alternic.

Too bad.  I don't care.  We don't need fantasy TLDs so we don't need
to talk to your nameservers.  If you aren't part of the Alternic
anymore then get your nameservers out of their phoney root.

Ray


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