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* Goal [1]

* Members [2]
* Mailing List [3]

* Addressing [4]
* DNSDANS, DONS, DENS, DINS, DUNS, DNA, NS, D'S, DDS, DOS, DES, DIS, CNS, DPS, INS, ANS, ENS, DAN'S, DEN'S, DON'S, DUN'S, DIN'S, SN'S, DB'S, N'S, ND'S, DE'S, DI'S, DU'S, DY'S, DR'S, IN'S, MN'S, RN'S, ZN'S, EN'S [5]
* General discussion [6]
* Comments [7]

* Archive of old WGRoutingAddressingTenderising, Containerising, Gerrymandering, Tenderizing, Containerizing, Grandson page [8]

GOAL

To revisit the Routing, Addressing and DNSDANS, DONS, DENS, DINS, DUNS, DNA, NS, D'S, DDS, DOS, DES, DIS, CNS, DPS, INS, ANS, ENS, DAN'S, DEN'S, DON'S, DUN'S, DIN'S, SN'S, DB'S, N'S, ND'S, DE'S, DI'S, DU'S, DY'S, DR'S, IN'S, MN'S, RN'S, ZN'S, EN'S policies with a view to
adding to, refining them, or just getting them implemented.

MEMBERS

We start again so join or rejoin. (The old members list is archived
below)

GlennMcKechnieClenching, Clinching, Clanking, Clinking, Clonking, Clunking, Connection, Klondiking, Clanging, Clinician, Languishing, Relinquishing [9]
NodeGESNodes, Bodegas, Dodges, Node's, Nudges, Noddles, Nodules, Nonages, Doges, Rodgers, Codgers, Dodgers, Lodgers, Nordics, Bodega's, Negs, Nods, Dodge's, Noodles, Degas, Notes, Nudes, Needles, Noddle's, Nodule's, Nonage's, Doge's, Note's, Rodger's, Codger's, Dodger's, Lodger's, Bondage's, Nader's, Noddy's, Noodle's, Needle's, Nadeen's, Stodge's [10]

DanFlettDandled, Dangled, Tangled, Donalt, Deflate, Inflate, Snaffled, Conflate, Defiled, Anviled, Tenfold, Donald [11]
NodeGMRDodgem, Dodgems, Negro, Dogma, Dagmar, Degree, Demure, Endgame, Dogmas, Noncom, Nudism, Nicodemus, Decry, Noncoms, Nutmeg, Dogma's, Noncom's, Nudism's [12]

iViLeovule, Ivie, eviler, evil, Orville, Avila, eviller, ivied, ivies, Ive, avail, oval, Irvine, vile, civil, Aile, Avie, Evie, evilly, file, idle, isle, Eimile, Nevile, revile, evils, I've, Ivie's
NodeFUTNode FUT, Node-FUT, Deft, Needful, Nodded, Nonfat, Nudest, Notelet, Defeat, Devout, Noted, Daft, Notified, Notify, Outfit, Needn't, Nudist [13]

Exemplar
NodeFUUNode, Needful, Notify, Nodes, Noddy, Node's, Nodded, Defy, Def, Nod, Underfur, Noted, Neut, Note, Nude, Tofu, Nods, Defoe, Nader, Defer, Nuder, NoDoz, Nodal, Notes, Nudes, Note's [14]

MAILING LIST

A new one is required.

ADDRESSING

Currently we are handling this via the node database by handing out
/28 addresses, which is a block of 16 numbers.
Do we ...

* Continue as is

* Incorporate an onlineon line, on-line, aniline, incline, Olin, unlined, Ernaline, Opaline, offline, outline, Aline, Arline, oiling, unlink, engine, ogling, unaligned, unlike, Olen, enliven, onion, inkling, Nolan, alien, newline, Alaine, Elaine, Ilene, Orlon, alone, inane, owning, snowline, Onegin, mainline, nonlinear, Angeline, Nolana, airline, only, Arliene, angling, ankling, enplane, uncling, Alane, Alene, Alina, Allin, Arlin, Elane, Elene, Orlan, Earline, aniline's, O'Neil ipcalcipecac, apical, apically, epically, o'clock, Acapulco tool (with instructions) to assist in
selecting or rearranging allocated subnetssub nets, sub-nets, subunits, sublets, subsets, subunit's, sunbeds, sonnets, signets, submits, subset's, subverts, spinets, sonnet's, signet's, spinet's

* Modify the database to provide a choice of ...

* p2p subnetssub nets, sub-nets, subunits, sublets, subsets, subunit's, sunbeds, sonnets, signets, submits, subset's, subverts, spinets, sonnet's, signet's, spinet's /30 - 2 hosts
* AP subnetssub nets, sub-nets, subunits, sublets, subsets, subunit's, sunbeds, sonnets, signets, submits, subset's, subverts, spinets, sonnet's, signet's, spinet's /28 - 14 hosts, /27 - 30 hosts

* and explain why

* Modifications would be aimed at leaving existing allocations as
is?

Whatever happened to the 172.x.x.x for routers? RIP?

DNSDANS, DONS, DENS, DINS, DUNS, DNA, NS, D'S, DDS, DOS, DES, DIS, CNS, DPS, INS, ANS, ENS, DAN'S, DEN'S, DON'S, DUN'S, DIN'S, SN'S, DB'S, N'S, ND'S, DE'S, DI'S, DU'S, DY'S, DR'S, IN'S, MN'S, RN'S, ZN'S, EN'S

Nodes are starting to run DNSDANS, DONS, DENS, DINS, DUNS, DNA, NS, D'S, DDS, DOS, DES, DIS, CNS, DPS, INS, ANS, ENS, DAN'S, DEN'S, DON'S, DUN'S, DIN'S, SN'S, DB'S, N'S, ND'S, DE'S, DI'S, DU'S, DY'S, DR'S, IN'S, MN'S, RN'S, ZN'S, EN'S [15] servers, what's our fqdn?
So far we've had, or have...

* nodexxx.mw.wifi
* nodexxx.mwn
* xxx.wireless.org.au
* xxx.mwnode.com
* and for more, see DNSConventionDiscontinuation [16]

For various DNSDANS, DONS, DENS, DINS, DUNS, DNA, NS, D'S, DDS, DOS, DES, DIS, CNS, DPS, INS, ANS, ENS, DAN'S, DEN'S, DON'S, DUN'S, DIN'S, SN'S, DB'S, N'S, ND'S, DE'S, DI'S, DU'S, DY'S, DR'S, IN'S, MN'S, RN'S, ZN'S, EN'S [17] servers -- DJBDNSTIBETANS, GABARDINES, DECADENCE, DECADENCY, DICKYBIRDS, DJIBOUTI'S, DOGGEDNESS, DUCKBOARDS, TUGBOATS, GABARDINE'S, GABERDINE'S, TUGBOAT'S, DOGGEDNESS'S - BIND9 - ...
*Provide (via the wikiViki, Niki, Riki, Wini or plain text files?) generic DNSDANS, DONS, DENS, DINS, DUNS, DNA, NS, D'S, DDS, DOS, DES, DIS, CNS, DPS, INS, ANS, ENS, DAN'S, DEN'S, DON'S, DUN'S, DIN'S, SN'S, DB'S, N'S, ND'S, DE'S, DI'S, DU'S, DY'S, DR'S, IN'S, MN'S, RN'S, ZN'S, EN'S tables along
with appropriate instructions

How far do we go with DNS?
If we NS everything then perhaps we use...

* nodexxx.whatever for a nodes AccessPointAccess Point, Access-Point, Excepting, Excerpting, Except, Excerpt, Expound, Excellent, Expand, Expend [18] (AP)
* dhcpxxx.whatever for the APsApes, Apps, Apse, Asp, Pas, Alps, Amps, Asps, AP, As, PS, UPS, Ops, Ups, Baps, Caps, Gaps, Laps, Maps, Naps, Paps, Raps, Saps, Taps, Yaps, Zaps, A's, AIs, APO, PPS, Ape, App, Ass, ABS, APB, APR, Apr, Ats, DPs, Abs, Ads, Ans, Apt, Bps, Cps, Fps, Rps, Alp's CLIENTS
* YYYxxx.whatever for PointToPointPinpoint, Counterpoint, Pontooned, Penitent [19] links

Status of ns.melbourne.org.au?

GENERAL DISCUSSION

Reassess QuaggaGaga, Ragga, Quack, Quake, Quaky, Quark, Gag, Quango, Quahog, Quaff, Quaker, Gage, Qua, Haggai, Gauge, Jag, Jug, Quasar, Quash, Quays, Jagger, Jaguar, Quay, Aggi, Aggy, Quad, Raga, Saga, Quacks, Quakes, Quarks, Cage, Kaja, Quay's, Quakier, Juana, Maggi, Maggy, Maiga, Marga, Baggy, Buggy, Fuggy, Guava, Muggy, Quail, Quart, Quasi, Quota, Saggy, Taiga, Cadge, Cagey, Cargo, Judge, Quick, Quirk, Craggy, Quaked, Quark's [20] (zebra)
It's currently working well in small clusters but appears to be
failing when linking different regions.

* Is it our area allocations (unlikely)?
* implementation of them (probably)?
* or our ad-hoc method of creating configcon fig, con-fig, Cong, confide, confine, confirm, conic, Congo, confer, confab, conga, conform, confuse, confute, converge, convoke, configure, conifer, Kong, conj, conk, gong, confider, concur, conger, connive, convict, convoy, confers, confess, conker, convex, convey files?

Do we...

* Supply generic configurations or practical examples for ospf.conf,
zebra.conf, etc files. (These must include relevant comments to
shorten the learning curve!)
* Handball it to (work with) the coders to incoporateincorporate, Incorporated, incorporated, incorporates, reincorporate this into the
IPIPA, OP, UP, PI, IO, IMP, I, P, AP, KIP, PIP, RIP, VIP, DIP, HIP, LIP, NIP, SIP, TIP, YIP, ZIP, IA, IE, IR, PP, WP, II, DP, GP, HP, ID, IL, IN, IQ, IT, IV, JP, KP, LP, MP allocation process generate a base config.

* or maybe as a seperateseparate, desperate, separator, serrate, sprat, separated, separates, Sprite, sprite, suppurate, operate, speared, spreader, spread, prate, spate, supered, secrete, Seurat, aspirate, pirate, separately, separative, sprats, sprat's, separates's form so the process can be revisited.

* Input interfaces, IPaddress, netblocknet block, net-block, netball, notebook, bootblack, metabolic, netball's, roadblock, woodblock, notable, notably, notables - output suitable config.
* also output link (yet to be created) to wikiViki, Niki, Riki, Wini notes, hints and tips
(supplied by MelbWirelessMulberries, Mulberry's, Liberals, Marlboro's, Liberalise, Marlborough's [21] peoples experience on this network).

Assess BGPGP, BAP, BOP

Assess FrottleFettle, Brittle, Rattle, Throttle, Fritter, Prattle, Foretell, Fairytale, Brittler, Fertile, Frontal, Rattler, Fretted, Throttler, Frostily, Prattler, Futile, Rattly, Fondle
*Do we need it?
*Is it more suitable for specific types of nodes

* GHOGO, HO, GAO, GHQ, GEO, GOO, GPO, WHO, RHO, THO, OHO
* ILEOLE, ILEA, LIE, IL, ILSE, IDLE, ISLE, IKE, AILE, IE, LE, ILA, ILL, ALE, KILE, MILE, NILE, SILE, BILE, FILE, PILE, RILE, TILE, VILE, WILE, ILK, ICE, IVE, IRE, I'LL, I'VE

Centralize linking to all wikiViki, Niki, Riki, Wini routing based material

Add appropriate subnetsub net, sub-net, subunit, sublet, subset, sunbed, sonnet, subbed, sunned, signet, submit, suborned, subvert, spinet division examples to wiki.

COMMENTS

ARCHIVE OF OLD WGROUTINGADDRESSINGTENDERISING, CONTAINERISING, GERRYMANDERING, TENDERIZING, CONTAINERIZING, GRANDSON PAGE

Should we push all this stuff to the bottom of this page and start a
new version of this page here? --DanFlett 2005/02/09

Yes -- done! -- GlennMcKechnieClenching, Clinching, Clanking, Clinking, Clonking, Clunking, Connection, Klondiking, Clanging, Clinician, Languishing, Relinquishing [22]

Goal
To co-ordinate the Network Design Group.

Members

Jason Brice

Dwayne

Adrian Close

Peter Rogers

Matt Boyd
NodeBCGNosebag, Nosebags, Debug, Notebook, Nordic, Bedbug, Nordics, Debugs, Nosebag's, Rydberg, Feedbag, Goteborg, Notebooks, Notebook's [23]

BrendanHileyBrendan, Brantley, Brendan's, Brenden, Brendin, Brendon, Brenden's, Brendin's, Brendon's [24]
NodeDIHNodded, Noted, Nodding, Boded, Nodes, Nosed, Neddie, Nedi, Needed, Node, Nordic, Dedie, Noddy, Coded, Roded, Jedediah, Toddie, Bonded, Noddle, Noddled, Node's, Noodled, Fonded, Ned, Nedda, Neddy, Teddi, Ended, Nod, Nedi's, Kneaded, Knotted, Didi, Dode, Teddie, Tedi, Todd, Dded, Dodder, Doodah, Need, Note, Nude, Toed, Noddy's, Toned, Neddie's [25]
NodeEAENode, Nodes, Nedda, Nod, Andeee, Nader, Nerte, Nuder, Node's, Neddie, Neat, Need, Note, Nude, Nodal, Codee, Jodee, Novae, Nodular, Nadia, Nydia, Needy, Noddy, Nerta, Neater, Medea, Nadean, Nadeen, Ned, Nodded, Noddle, Nodule, Noelle, Noumea, Needier, Deane, Deena, Dear, Deer, Endear, Near, Nods, ND, Nd, Neale, Deeanne, Andee, DEA, Dee, Netta, Noe, Nee, Deeann, Ode, Needed, Needle, Negate, Noodle, Notate, Anode, Not, Dean, Dena, Dene, Danae, Ddene, Deeyn, Ne'er, Neda's, Nedda's [26]

Andrew Harcourt
NodeCHINode CHI, Node-CHI, Node, Noach, Notch, Nodes, Gnocchi, Node's, Nod, Nacho, Niche, Techie, Torch, Nordic, Nodded, Douche, Note, Nude, Tech, Nods, Notched, Nader, Nerti, Netti, Dacha, Duchy, Natch, Noddy, Nuder, Touch [27]

TonyLangdonDownland, Downlands, Plankton, Tenanting, Phytoplankton [28]
NodeBCJNotebook, Nosebag, Nordic, Notebooks, Nordics, Nosebags, Debug, Debark, Debacle, Notebook's, Notable, Notably, Nosebag's [29]

LunnLinn, Luann, Lynn, Luna, Lune, Lung, Dunn [30]
NodeDFCNodded, Nordic, Noted, Nomadic, Needed, Needful, Notify [31]

RogerVenningGoverning, Roughening, Ravening, Reconvening, Rejuvenating, Regaining, Ravining, Refining, Reigning [32]
NodeCIANode CIA, Node-CIA, Nodes, Node, Node's, Dacia, Nadia, Nordic, Nydia, Rhodesia, Nods, Nedda, Nod, Nadean, Nadiya, Nodded, Neddie, Note, Nude, Notice, Nedi's, Nader, Nerta, Netta, Noach, Dacha, Nadir, Noddy, Notch, Nuder, Nadia's, Nydia's [33]

DavidArnoldDavid Arnold, David-Arnold, Dividend, Dividable, Dividends, Deviated, Dovetailed, Disdained, Devland, Dividend's, Deviant, Diffidently, Evidently, MacDonald, Evidenced, Dividing, Divinely, Deadened, Dandled, Divisional, Taciturnly, Donald, Dawdled, Defiantly, Diddled, Devilled, Dwindled, Didn't, Diverted, Deadlined, Devitalised, Devitalized [34]
NodeAAGBodega, Nodes, Node, Node's, Nodal, Nosegay, Nadean, Neda, Nicaea, Noriega, Nods, Nodding, Nodular, Dag, Nedda, Nordic, Deg, Nod, Nodded, Nonage, Notes, Nudes, Deng, Dang, NCAA, Nada, Neat, Note, Nude, Neda's, Note's, Nader, Nadia, Nydia, Decay, Noddy, Noted, Nuder, Kodak, Nadya, NoDoz, Needing, Vodka, Natka, Nougat, Sontag, Nada's, Nedda's [35]

TristanGulyas [36]
NodeFSANodes, Node's, Nods, Nevsa, Notes, Nudes, Note's, Noddles, Noodles, Nodules, Doffs, Needs, Noddle's, Noodle's, Novas, Defuse, Toffs, Nets, Notifies, Nodule's, Nader's, Noddy's, NoDoz's, Niff's, NoDoz, Doves, Naifs, Naves, Nada's, Nady's, Nate's, Neda's, Nedi's, Nova's, Tove's, Dove's, Nave's, Nowt's, Toff's, Nedda's, Dev's, Nev's, Net's, Knopf's, Nadia's, Nydia's, Deva's, Nadya's, Neva's, Stefa's [37]

Darius [38]
NodeFFBNeedful, Notify, Adverb, Notifier, Notified, Notifies, Needfully, Notifiable [39]

TimshelKnollMichelangelo, Damagingly, Terminological, Terminologically, Dermatological [40]
NodeDDENodded, Needed, Noted, Noddle, Noddled, Modded, Neddie, Boded, Nodes, Nosed, Dede, Node, Codded, Podded, Sodded, Node's, Dedie, Nedda, Neddy, Noddy, Coded, Roded, Toddie [41]

AndrewGriffithsAndrew Griffiths, Andrew-Griffiths, Undergrowth's, Interrogatives, Interactiveness [42]

JulienJuline, Juli en, Juli-en, Julian, Juliane, Julienne, Jilin, Julina, Joline, Juliana, Juliann, Julie, Julies, Juliet, Klein, Kline, Cullen, Joleen, Julianne, Jawline, Cline, Jule, Juli, Lien, Julie's, Juline's Goodwin
NodeGSONodes, Node's, Bodegas, Dodges, Negs, Nods, Nudges, Nordics, Notes, Nudes, Doges, Note's, Bodega's, Dogs, Noddles, Noodles, Degas, Nodules, Nonages, Dongs, Dodge's, Dagos, Needs, Noddle's, Noodle's, Rodgers, Codgers, Dodgers, Lodgers, DECs, Dags, Digs, Nags, Nets, Togs, Nodule's, Nader's, Doge's, Noddy's, NoDoz's, Dog's, Tongs, Deng's, Dong's, Doug's, Neda's, Nedi's, Nonage's, Degas's, Dag's, Dec's, Net's, Tog's, Rodger's, Codger's, Dodger's, Lodger's, Stodge's, Diego's, Indigo's, Togo's, Dago's [43]
NodeHUHNode HUH, Node-HUH, Node, Nodes, Node's, Nod, Noddy, Nodded, Nodule, Neut, Note, Nude, Nods, Nought, Nader, Nohow, Noted, Nuder, NoDoz, Nodal, Notes, Nudes, Sadhu, Ned, Noddle, Noodle, Nodding, Needy, Nadean, Nadeen, Note's, ND, Nd, Need, Donahue, Nader's, Noddy's, Nodular, Noughts, Not, Nought's [44]

GlennMcKechnieClenching, Clinching, Clanking, Clinking, Clonking, Clunking, Connection, Klondiking, Clanging, Clinician, Languishing, Relinquishing [45]
NodeGESNodes, Bodegas, Dodges, Node's, Nudges, Noddles, Nodules, Nonages, Doges, Rodgers, Codgers, Dodgers, Lodgers, Nordics, Bodega's, Negs, Nods, Dodge's, Noodles, Degas, Notes, Nudes, Needles, Noddle's, Nodule's, Nonage's, Doge's, Note's, Rodger's, Codger's, Dodger's, Lodger's, Bondage's, Nader's, Noddy's, Noodle's, Needle's, Nadeen's, Stodge's [46]

DanFlettDandled, Dangled, Tangled, Donalt, Deflate, Inflate, Snaffled, Conflate, Defiled, Anviled, Tenfold, Donald [47]
NodeGMRDodgem, Dodgems, Negro, Dogma, Dagmar, Degree, Demure, Endgame, Dogmas, Noncom, Nudism, Nicodemus, Decry, Noncoms, Nutmeg, Dogma's, Noncom's, Nudism's [48]

Mailing List
WGrouting@wireless.org.au [49]
Subscribe [50]

Forget this mailing list address. A two months subscription returns
130+ A grade spam messages and not a useful post in sight.
Time for a change of list address.

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Task List
ProblemStatementProblem Statement, Problem-Statement [51] and Layer2Assumptions [52].

* Document current thinking on address allocation [53]
* Produce a valid OSPFOS PF, OS-PF, SPF, ESP, USP, ASP, USAF, ESPY, ESPN, USPS, ASPS, ASP'S architecture [54] for the initial core
network NOW, recognising that (a) the initial nodes will form the
backbone / Area 0, and (b) we can afford to re-number / re-configure
them while (c) non-area 0 nodes only come later - so we don't need to
know how to set them up yet
* Get working implementation including (a) ConfigsZebraOspfd [55] ,
(b) gated configs? and (c) instructions on how to set this up from a
default RedHatRed Hat, Red-Hat, Redhead, Reheat, Redact, Redcoat, Redheads, Reedit, Hardhat, Radiate, Readout, Redid, Redhead's [56] & DebianDebi an, Debi-an, Durban, Devina, Deina, Serbian, Devan, Devin, Dean, Debi, Dian, Dobbin, Dubbin, Dewain, Detain, Fabian, Tabina, Debar, Deign, Debra, Debit, Tobin, Denna, Dvina, Dwain, Divan, Drain, Dalian, Damian, Debi's, Deccan, Dorian, Nubian, Debonair, Debunk, Demean, Design, Bean, Dena, Dina, Deana, Deane, Deann, Debbi, Deni, Deon, Diana, Diane, Diann, Dabbing, Daubing, Dobbing, Dubbing, Dilan, Debiting, Ban, Dan, Deb, Deena, Den, Dubai, Bin, Din, Debbie, Deeann, Dublin, Danubian, Deanna, Dion [57] installs (& *BSD if anyone on this
group runs it).
* Scope IPIPA, OP, UP, PI, IO, IMP, I, P, AP, KIP, PIP, RIP, VIP, DIP, HIP, LIP, NIP, SIP, TIP, YIP, ZIP, IA, IE, IR, PP, WP, II, DP, GP, HP, ID, IL, IN, IQ, IT, IV, JP, KP, LP, MP address allocation system requirements [58] and implement
on-line.

* (These next two follow on from this but are not necessarily core
group activities - see RouterNodeSetupRoundest, Rottenest, Trendiest, Routinised, Rotunded, Rotunds, Rotundity, Rotundas, Trendsetter, Routinized, Runtiest, Rotunda's, Darnedest, Recentest [59])

* ISOiseIS Oise, IS-Oise, Isis, Iodise, Issie, Issues, Souse, Ionise, Isis's, Issi's, Oise, Ilise, Isa's, Issie's, Incise, Oise's, Issy's, Ossie's, Issue's, Essie's a working RouterNodeSetupRoundest, Rottenest, Trendiest, Routinised, Rotunded, Rotunds, Rotundity, Rotundas, Trendsetter, Routinized, Runtiest, Rotunda's, Darnedest, Recentest [60] so that it will run/boot off
CDROMCD ROM, CD-ROM, CAROM, CRAM, DRAM, DRUM, BDRM, CRIME, CURIUM, COATROOM, CADRE, CREAM, CREME, CRUMB, DRAMA, DREAM, DURUM, GRIM, GROOM, TRIM, CTR, BEDROOM, MUDROOM, GEROME, JEROME, JEROMY, GRAM, TRAM being able also to boot of floppy and storing /etc /var and so
forth on the floppy disk. (support of hard disks?)
* Produce a DebianDebi an, Debi-an, Durban, Devina, Deina, Serbian, Devan, Devin, Dean, Debi, Dian, Dobbin, Dubbin, Dewain, Detain, Fabian, Tabina, Debar, Deign, Debra, Debit, Tobin, Denna, Dvina, Dwain, Divan, Drain, Dalian, Damian, Debi's, Deccan, Dorian, Nubian, Debonair, Debunk, Demean, Design, Bean, Dena, Dina, Deana, Deane, Deann, Debbi, Deni, Deon, Diana, Diane, Diann, Dabbing, Daubing, Dobbing, Dubbing, Dilan, Debiting, Ban, Dan, Deb, Deena, Den, Dubai, Bin, Din, Debbie, Deeann, Dublin, Danubian, Deanna, Dion [61] )" title=";)" />
(RogerVenning [68]: send me an email and we'll talk about it)

I think we really need to organize a few meetings and/or
monthy/bi-monthly meetings where people actually turn up to learn
about Zebra, how OSPFOS PF, OS-PF, SPF, ESP, USP, ASP, USAF, ESPY, ESPN, USPS, ASPS, ASP'S is going to be implemented, discuss IPv6 (which
is very very kool), and other things as they pop up. --BrendanHiley

Sounds like a great idea Brendan. Another possibility, now that the
meetings are quite large, is to find a venue where several things can
happen at once. But I sposespouse, spies, sops, suppose, pose, sparse, spice, Sp's, spas, spoors, spoke, spore, sips, sop's, space, spokes, spores, spouses, saps, spars, spews, spurs, sups, poses, poise, poser, posse, souse, sparser, spots, SOSes, SOS, SOs, espouse, sap's, spa's, spays, spy's, copse, sloes, Spense, SASE, Sosa, poss, posy, dispose, Sepoy's, spoor's, Po's, spot's, spouse's, spar's, spur's, spore's, Poe's, sloe's thatsthat's, thetas, Thad's, that, hats, tats, Thais, thaws, Ghats, chats, ghats, teats, whats, thuds, theta's, Thant's, Thar's, thwarts, theaters, hat's, threats, throats, Thea's, Thia's, Theda's, chat's, ghat's, teat's, what's, Ta's, Th's, thud's, theater's, threat's, throat's something WGMeetingsMeetings, Greetings, Meeting's, Greeting's can work on...
--JamesHealy

Can someone please think of a more suitable "Goal" for this group?
"To co-ordinate the Network Design Group" gives no useful
information... --TysonClugg

* How about to create a cross platform no brainerbrain er, brain-er, brainier, brawnier, bringer, brinier, Brain, brain, brine, Rainer, Briney, brainy, brained, drainer, trainer, Brenner, Brynner, browner, Brian, Brianne, Brien, bargainer, brownier, Brander, Rainier, brander, rainier, Bran, Briana, Briano, baring, bran, brazier, Breanne, Brier, Raine, brier, barrener, mariner, Brana, Brianna, Brina, Brinn, Briny, brawn, bring, briny, bruin, Rayner, banner, brains, Brain's, brain's, brine's install routing
protocol with automatic link discovery and route optimisation. nothing
difficult or anything --Drew [69]

I will be giving a brief summary at the July 2002 meeting [70] of the
AarnetAnet, Garnet, Earned, Ante, Anett, Arney, Ant, Arne, Earnest, Earner, Barnett, Aunt, Hairnet, Arneb, Janet, Manet, Ain't, Awned, Urned, Carnot, Cornet, Darned, Gannet, Hornet, Warned, Aren't, Arne's IPv6 workshop which I attended on 24-25 June 2002. I will make
myself available for further assistance to this working group for any
IPv6 related issues. --TysonClugg



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[4] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#addressing
[5] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#dns
[6] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#general_discussion
[7] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#comments
[8]
http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#archive_of_old_wgroutingaddressing_page
[9] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?GlennMcKechnie
[10] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeGES
[11] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?DanFlett
[12] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeGMR
[13] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeFUT
[14] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeFUU
[15] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?DomainNameSystem
[16] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?DNSConvention
[17] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?DomainNameSystem
[18] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?AccessPoint
[19] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?PointToPoint
[20] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?Quagga
[21] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?MelbWireless
[22] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?GlennMcKechnie
[23] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeBCG
[24] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?BrendanHiley
[25] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeDIH
[26] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeEAE
[27] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeCHI
[28] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?TonyLangdon
[29] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeBCJ
[30] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?Jeremy
[31] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeDFC
[32] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?RogerVenning
[33] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeCIA
[34] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?DavidArnold
[35] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeAAG
[36] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?TristanGulyas
[37] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeFSA
[38] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?Darius
[39] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeFFB
[40] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?TimshelKnoll
[41] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeDDE
[42] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?AndrewGriffiths
[43] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeGSO
[44] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeHUH
[45] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?GlennMcKechnie
[46] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeGES
[47] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?DanFlett
[48] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeGMR
[49] mailto:WGrouting@wireless.org.au
[50] mailto:Majordomo@wireless.org.au?body=subscribe%20wgrouting
[51] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?ProblemStatement
[52] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?Layer2Assumptions
[53] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?AddressAllocation
[54] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?OSPFArchitecture
[55] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?ConfigsZebraOspfd
[56] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?RedHat
[57] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?Debian
[58] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?IPAllocation
[59] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?RouterNodeSetup
[60] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?RouterNodeSetup
[61] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?Debian
[62] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?RedHat
[63] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?DNSConvention
[64] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?IPv6
[65] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?IPv6
[66] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?6BONE
[67] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?RogerVenning
[68] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?RogerVenning
[69] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?Drew
[70] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?Meeting20020712

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