>On Fri, 31 May 1996, Chris Farris wrote:
>> > Feedback from PSI Network Support indicates that MILNET no longer exists,
>> > and that individual sites and units are supposedly now responsible for
>> > their own connectivity... what you see below could be a manifestation
>> > of problems during the transition.
>> Well looking at my queue only a few .mil addresses were delived at all
>> this week. Is anyone else having this problem? It my probelm my ISP
>> (PSINet) routing? Any ideas?
>Well, I had a discussion with the administrator of a .mil site about two
>months ago. It does seem that each site is responsible for it's own
>support, as he was asking *me* questions and for help. I was wondering why
>he hadn't asked other sites.
>I just checked out the mil nic's site. They do seem to provide support and
>other services to keep milnet going. I would suggest going to
>http://nic.ddn.mil and asking them for help if you're experiencing
Don't bother. All that nic.ddn.mil does is provide registry services (in the
same fashion that the InterNIC does for .gov, .com, .org and .edu).
THIS "milnet" site is still up 'n running!
Tom Coradeschi, Info-LabVIEW List Maintainer