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Re: Delegation

  • From: Steven J. Richardson
  • Date: Mon May 22 19:02:39 1995

Brian:

  Please cease this.

  thanks,


  Steve Richardson/Merit
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Date: Wed, 17 May 1995 12:21:52 -0700
From: "D. Brian Kimmel" <briank@Kimbro.Com>
Status: R

Is there a document or reference available that spells out the proper way
to delegate in-addr authority?

Thanks

Brian

D. Brian Kimmel     Kimbro, Inc.    Voice 937-8381