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Re: Internic hosage

  • From: Marc Hurst
  • Date: Wed Mar 18 18:52:04 1998

Maybe NSI is just unhappy about how they were portrayed in the latest 
Wired article....;)

On Wed, 18 Mar 1998, Jon Lewis wrote:

> Is anyone else having trouble recently with Internic garbling domain
> templates and then sending them back as invalid?  Many of the lines come
> back with more .'s than they were sent in with, and they seem to
> consistently be doing variations on the following:
> >Secondary Name Server(s)
> >8a. Secondary Server
> >8b. Secondary Server Netaddress.....:199.44...96.16
> It didn't have the extra .'s in the IP address any of the 4 times we
> submitted this particular domain registration.  Usually, it comes back
> with one extra in the IP...this last one had a bonus of 2 extra.
> I guess when they decided to lower the fee from $50 to $35, they decided
> to break their automated system so they could justify raising it back to
> $50 so they can hire more staff to unbreak things. :)
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