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Re: ARIN Services
From: "Justin W. Newton" <justin () gid net>
Date: Thu, 16 Apr 1998 12:16:51 -0700
At 11:44 AM 4/16/98 -0700, Michael Dillon wrote:
On Thu, 16 Apr 1998, Forrest W. Christian wrote:
"It's always September somewhere......"
Yes, but since ARIN is the American Registry (the AR in ARIN), you can
probably do a pretty good job at guessing when the majority of the users
of the service will not be awake.
I suppose that network problems never happen in the People's Republic of
China? And the Chinese network operators never need to consult
whois.arin.net to find contact info for the idiot North American network
operator who's asleep at the wheel with directed broadcast turned on?
Of course not, we all know that the Internet ends at the edges of North
America, don't we?
Not at all, but we are the ones paying the bill for this service. If APNIC
goes down during "normal" hours for us, we would have less ability to
affect change than if the people /we are paying for service/ do.
That being said, the horse is dead, they aren't going down (woohoo!), but I
believe that there should still be a discussion about off site backup,
although that should probably occur on arin-members.
Justin W. Newton
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Re: ARIN Services Barry Dykes (Apr 17)
Re: ARIN Services Scott Bradner (Apr 18)