[[lug] DSL, static IPs and the hunt for red october.]
jafo at tummy.com
Sat Aug 26 23:53:41 MDT 2000
On Sat, Aug 26, 2000 at 11:29:28PM -0600, Duke Smith wrote:
>So, claims by various netarsonists to the effect that I was claiming
>you could do that today are, shall we say,disingenuous.
Unfortunately, computers can compensate for your apparent poor memory,
they can keep an exact record of what you said.
You state that the going rate for a domain *AND* a "class C" is
$35 per year (you know, "is" as opposed to "5 years ago was"):
Duke>I've had a domain name including a class-C IP@ block (256) for years
Duke>and after some poor service with networksolutions as registrar, have
Duke>had good relations & service with register.com. They even have a
Duke>human being answer the phone! The $35/yr charge is about the going
Duke>rate. Beware of people renting you IP@'s, even policies of some
You again say (not imply) that the usual charge for a /24 is $35 in
your next message:
Duke>I was referring to earlier discussion in which people were telling of
Duke>paying $15 / yr. (or maybe mo.) for 5 IP@'s, above & beyond any "usual" ISP
Duke>provided services. This amounts to $768 per 256 (a class-C block),
Duke>the usual charge for which is $35 / yr. Hence, ((768 / 35) * 100) ->
Combined with the statement in the message I'm replying to in which you say
you were NOT doing so, I'm going to have to assume that your only goal is
self-entertainment by spuring a flame-fest. Doing so compromises the
integrity of the list. I'm going to ask Wayde to review this situation
and your posts before alowing this to continue.
If you only want to fire a flame fest, please take it elsewhere...
One person's data is another person's program.
-- Guy L. Steele, Jr.
Sean Reifschneider, Inimitably Superfluous <jafo at tummy.com>
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