Re: Wither the Internet *or* Routing out of Control

stev@ftp.com Thu, 02 March 1995 15:51 UTC

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    (jumping up and down and otherwise fuming) 

i can *just* picture this. it brought a smile to me on this early morning.
    
    P.S. When this was happening I kept thinking about the RIP-II discussion
    we had on the last telechat. How we needed RIP-II so that "dumb" devices
    could communicate routing information. Now I am beginning to wonder
    about the wisdom of making life easy for "dumb" device creators!

thanx for playing, johnny, tell him what he's won . . . .