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RE: Interesting social phenomenon...
Robert, As you should well know, it's fairly difficult to break the internet as a whole. Obviously one can break sections of it, and the "break" may appear differently from one site to another. Therefore, although some people may have had sever outages, some of us only lost sections of the routes to AS 7007 and our email between several of us worked. Chris ---------- From: Robert E. Seastrom[SMTP:[email protected]] Sent: Friday, April 25, 1997 9:42 AM To: [email protected] Subject: Interesting social phenomenon... Why are so many people (who should know better!) posting "why is the Internet broken" messages to NANOG? I mean, it's not like the mail is going to get delivered until AFTER the problem is fixed! Kinda reminds me of the individuals who show up in the IETF terminal room unable to configure TCP/IP on their Win95 laptop. Come on people, THINK. E-mail is not an efficient way of discussing an outage in progress! ---Rob - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -