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Re: InterNIC "whois server <handle>" broke?
On Fri, Dec 18, 1998 at 01:31:16PM -0600, Phil Howard wrote: > But a means still needs to exist for the authorized contact for a > host to be able to get the full server list that Internic has for > that host. Sending the list by e-mail to the contact of record would > seem to me to be the best way to do it. I would wholeheartedly support locking out the server directive if I was given one of these two methods: authenticate yourself by telneting into internic.net at the whois prompt. From there, I could then issue a query for all domains that list my server's NIC handles. So, in my case, I'm MNO5. I could then query for anything that MNO5 is either: o a contact o a dns server attached to my contact I could even live with the request being done live and then e-mailed to me. I would _really_ love a way to lame delegate my stuff via password login as well in a batch fashion. I'm wondering if part of the problem is they're changing DB systems, and don't have the appropriate macros installed yet. > -- *-----------------------------* Phil Howard KA9WGN * -- -- Jeffrey Haas "Denial of Spamming is not a crime." [email protected] -- Russell Nelson <[email protected]>