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RE: Low AS - Number
The US Army Aberdeen Proving Ground controls ASN 666. Coincidence? I think not! :) At 12:10 PM 4/21/2003 -0400, you wrote: >On Mon, 21 Apr 2003, Dwight Ringdahl wrote: >> Nope strictly for marketing reasons... ASN has almost no place in BGP >> selection. > >Dang Geek Pride! (Still MH94 and 3901 after all these years..) > >It's worse than hanging around Ham radio guys with 4 digit call signs... > >.. Next we'll get into .. "I booted off of paper tape.." and then.. >"I booted off of flip switches".. but I'm one of the few that have >strung ferrites on a loom.. Martha.. get me my cane.. > >------- And to get completely off topic.. Why/how would you use >an ASN for marketing purposes? And should this even be considered.. >except as a tongue in cheek geek thing?