KPNQwest ns.eu.net server.
John L Crain crain at icann.org
Wed Jun 5 20:13:04 CEST 2002
Very welcome, Thanks for this Dani it gives everyone much more breathing space. I think this a fantastic effort on behalf of the NCC, the folks at eu.net and anyone else involved, they should all be applauded for it. A few logistical questions that may be relevant to those affected. Is there a projected time when this service may be discontinued? I can imagine that the RIPE NCC doesn't want to indefinitely run secondary for end sites? If not: This is in the same AS as ns.ripe.net. Is it also physically on the same infrastructure? What I guess I'm asking is: To what extent do those using both ns.ripe.net and ns.eu.net have redundancy between the two servers? JC At 07:25 PM 6/5/2002 +0200, Daniel Diaz wrote: >Dear all, > > >Given the current situation of KPNQwest and the possibility >of its services going offline sometime soon, the RIPE NCC in >agreement with KPNQwest will be temporally hosting this >server (ns.eu.net) in its premises. > >This is to avoid major problems in the Internet as this server >is secondary for a large number of ccTLD's zones, and thousand >other zones. > >We (AS3333) will be soon announcing the 126.96.36.199/24 prefix. > > >Trusting that this is welcome news. > >Best regards. > >-- >RIPE NCC > > >-- >Daniel.Diaz >Operations Manager >RIPE NCC
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