[[lug] DSL, static IPs and the hunt for red october.]
duke at firstworld.net
Fri Aug 25 19:07:06 MDT 2000
Again, you are intentionally misrepresenting what I said: 4 or 5 years
ago I leased the rights to a class-C domain & an associated domain
name. Since then I have renewed the registration of both these entities
for $25/yr until a year ago, when it went up to $35/yr. As I've said over
& over, & you & others have ignored, I never claimed that register.com
"offer[ed] IP @'s' Please stop putting words in my mouth. If you already
own the rights to a class-C, you don' thave to pay the current outrageous
rates. Don't try to "put an end to [a] discussion" with the kind of
misrepresentation you have used repeatedly in this discussion.
!! Apologies to the list: this response was delayed for several hours
because my ISP is having problems.
Sean Reifschneider wrote:
> I figured the best way to put an end to this "$35 for a /24" discussion was
> to ask register.com. Their response:
> >Unfortunately, register.com does not offer IP addresses. Please check
> >with an ISP (internet service provider) or web hosting company. They will
> >likely be able to provide you with a static IP address.
> So, it looks like unless you go with an ISP the cheapest rate we have on
> getting IPs is $2500 per year for 4096 addresses or less.
> Gone Postal Sort: Iterate over elements, any element that is out of order you
> blow away. -- Evelyn, Kevin, and Sean, watching Monty Python and reading DDJ
> Sean Reifschneider, Inimitably Superfluous <jafo at tummy.com>
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