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RE: o/t: Re: Root zone change --

  • From: Tim Wolfe
  • Date: Thu Sep 21 14:39:36 2000

I think the point isn't so much that being UScentric is ok/not ok but rather
that for many providers, most of their DNS traffic is .com/.net related.
That being the case, there seems to be a good case for changes to
infrastructure for those TLDs being of interest to at least some NANOG
recipients...  I know that when I was still wearing my ISP hat, our DNS
traffic was about 80% composed of either com or net queries..


      Timothy M. Wolfe  CCNA, NSA 
  Sr. Network Engineer  [email protected]
   InfoGroup Northwest  541.485.0957 x108

-----Original Message-----
From: Randy Bush [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Thursday, September 21, 2000 11:04 AM
To: Roland Dobbins
Cc: Austin Schutz; [email protected]
Subject: Re: o/t: Re: Root zone change --

> What's wrong with being U.S.-centric?

jingism kinda went out of fashion shortly after the us's defeat in viet nam