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[Dag.Peak@qwest.net: A question from a new nanog reader.]
This looks like it might be something of operational interest... -----Forwarded message from "Peak, Dag" <Dag.Peak@qwest.net>----- From: "Peak, Dag" <Dag.Peak@qwest.net> To: "'Steven J. Sobol'" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: A question from a new nanog reader. Date: Tue, 3 Nov 1998 12:26:23 -0700 Steven, Given the current discussions on what is and what is not appropriate for the list, and given that I've only been reading it for a week or so, I though I'd ask you whether this information would be relevant or not (and you got picked because I've seen 7 messages from you in that time ;). Qwest Communications just put up a traceroute server. Would the list be interested in that information? For your own personal edification, its at http://www.iptools.qwest.net. Username qwestip, password elvis. (Even though its behind a password, it is for public consumption. It was developed as a sales tool.) Disclaimer: I work for Qwest in a sales engineering role. I'd personally like to see some discussion on what we're doing in the IP space. I think what we're doing is actually pretty cool. If you think its appropriate, forward on the URL to the list. If not, cool. I'll leave judgement up to you. Dag Peak Technical Consultant III, National Accounts Qwest Communications email@example.com 303.260.4602 (office) 303.229.0087 (cell) 303.260.4617 (fax) Identification given does not imply authorization, merely affiliation. -----End of forwarded message----- -- Steve Sobol [firstname.lastname@example.org] Part-time Support Droid [email@example.com] NACS Spaminator [firstname.lastname@example.org] Spotted on a bumper sticker: "Possum. The other white meat."