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Re: AT&T NOC?
"Randy Bush" <email@example.com> wrote: >This is not a NOC at all. This is a mailing list, read by quite a few >network operators, many of whom are not impressed by would be operators >who can not tell a mailing list from a NOC. <snip> Give me a break. I think it's pretty obvious that he meant "is firstname.lastname@example.org, an address I've already tried to email, the correct address to reach the ATT NOC?" Were you just venting, or did you seriously misunderstand that? Mike --------------- "BOFH" <email@example.com> wrote > AT&T are currently advertising 61.8/20 for some reason but 61.8/19 > is one of my networks. I need to contact them urgently as this > is affecting about half of my customers. I'v fired of an email > to firstname.lastname@example.org but havent got anything yet. > > Is this the correct address for their NOC or should I try > elsewhere? > > -- > Ben Buxton_____________________ o _ _--_|\ ZIP Internet P/L > Zip Guy email@example.com > /____|___|_)________/______\______________________ Voice: 9270-4777 > | . \_.--._* Virtually Dial-in: 9247-7288, 9247-9144 > Fax: 92475276 v the best :)