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PI/19 allocations to multihomed ISPs was Re: pagans...

On Tuesday, July 08, 1997 7:00 PM, Gordon Cook[SMTP:cook at NETAXS.COM] wrote:
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@ I thing the arin board is pretty darned represenative of the net
@ considering it is only five people.
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"representative" ?.....please read <http://www.arin.net/arin_board.html>

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Raymundo Vega Aguilar - Mexico
Randy Bush - U.S. - ISOC/IETF
John Curran - U.S. - ISOC/IETF/IPv6
Scott Bradner - U.S. - ISOC/IETF/IPv6
Donald N. Telage, Ph.D - U.S. - NSI
Jon Postel - U.S - ISOC/IANA
Kim Hubbard - U.S. - NSI
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Where is Canada's representation ?

Where is Africa's representation ?

Where is South America's representation ?


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"the Company has incorporated a not-for-profit organization named the
American Registry for Internet Numbers (the "ARIN") to administer
IP addresses for North and South America and parts of Africa."

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Jim Fleming
Unir Corporation