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>From: Hank Nussbacher <HANK@taunivm.tau.ac.il>
>Subject: Re: Has PSI been assigned network 1?
>To: Curtis Villamizar <email@example.com>
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>>BTW- You might try a traceroute to an address in 140.222/16. That's
>>the ANS backbone. For example, traceroute 126.96.36.199 would verify
>>that you could reach ANS NY POP. Traceroute 188.8.131.52 would give
>>you a !H as soon as you reach an ANS interface (look for t3.ans.net in
>>the DNS if the response is not from a 140.222 address).
>Will 184.108.40.206 continue to work? We 'ip default-network 220.127.116.11'
>and will have to change if this NSFnet backbone net ceases to exist.
AS 690 = NSFNET/ANSnet backbone AS, with backbone net 140.222/16
Just because NSFNET is going away doesn't mean that ANSnet is disappearing;
"reports of [its] death are extremely exaggerated"...