Re: DNS: Relocation of APNIC

Re: DNS: Relocation of APNIC

From: Pauline van Winsen - Uniq Professional Services <Pauline.van.Winsen§>
Date: Tue, 9 Sep 1997 10:18:11 +1000 (EST)
> Lets have a little competition shall we?
>   The question is - Who has made 'a proposal for an AUNIC' referred to
>    in Sally's note.
>    Hint: not me, as I thought we had one already!

quite frankly all this fuss with names & nics is very tiresome.
i suggest everyone takes a few deep breaths to calm down.
why we don't use the standards which others have tirelessly developed
for our use is beyond me. this whole name problem could be easily solved
by correct implementation of RFC 2100.

i don't see why we need another AUNIC, though if one is deemed
necessary, then can we at least have some standard method of communication
between NIC's? i suggest implementors NIC's take a look at RFC 1149, 
or probably more appropriately RFC 121[67]. if such communication
standards aren't adhered to i suspect the australian consumer will lose
out big time.

> Most inventive answer by Friday gets a slab

as long as it's a slab of chocolate. 8-)

& #include <smiley.h> for the humour impaired.


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