[apops] Seen on another mailing list
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- Subject: [apops] Seen on another mailing list
- From: Suresh Ramasubramanian <suresh at outblaze dot com>
- Date: Wed, 28 Jan 2004 07:41:34 +0530
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What the hell is it with the AU whois servers? Can't we all just get along
and agree to let them forward queries between one another?
The object shown below is NOT in the AUNIC database.
It has been obtained by forwarding your query to a remote server:
(whois.ausregistry.net.au) at port 43.
If whois.ausregistry.net.au says that AUNIC's IP address has been
blacklisted, then please send your query directly to
BLACKLISTED: You have exceeded the query limit for your IP address and
have been blacklisted. This restriction will be removed in 24 hours.
Well, if they have the prescience to add a disclaimer, why can't the
kind folks at whois.ausregistry.net.au simply /whitelist/ AUNIC's IP?
Are they not speaking due to a family squabble?