[ppml] Fw: IRS goes IPv6!
At 02:12 AM 2/21/2006, Christopher Morrow wrote:
>On 2/21/06, Martin Hannigan <hannigan at renesys.com> wrote:
> > At 08:21 PM 2/20/2006, Christopher Morrow wrote:
> > >Folks like DISA might have use for a /32 on a network NOT CONNECTED to
> > >the Internet of course, which brings up another discussion entirely :)
> > >Though, DISA is the DoD's "official NSP" as I recall...
> > DISA is a very large service provider based on advertised
> > space.
> > I also see the Interior Service as one of the fastest growing
> > providers, although I'm guessing it's the age old bjork-ness at the
> > Park Service.
>actually, Interior just got the greenlight from GAO to re-enter the
>20'th century and re-connect to the Internet didn't they? Perhaps
>that's a reason for the growth curve? Either way, they too have a very
>large internal network...
I dont doubt it. I remember them popping up in the
CIDR report before they got shut down. That problem is
an operator problem.
In the top 100 global, all are service providers and the
1 Gov entity. In the top 100 North America, all are service
providers and 3 Gov entities.
The classical definition of service provider is safe for
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