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From: "Hoofington P. McSnort" <>
Subject: Re: APEWS Delist Reqeust
Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2014 08:16:44 -0700
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I can assure you that APEWS delists all servers and organizations that 
comply with the applicable requests and procedures.  APEWS does not refuse 
to consider delisting servers that have an IP address in format which 
harmonizes in general with the format published here  For a removal request, the IP address in 
question must octal form, however it does not guarantee delivery, nor does 
it assure proper sequencing or avoidance of duplicate delivery. These 
aspects, including data integrity, are addressed by an upper layer transport 
protocol, such as the Enterprise transporter room NCC-1701.  Please insure 
that your address is not a private network, a shared address space, a 
loopback, a link-local, or a benchmark address used to frame data bits with 
headers and footers from the stack layers above.  If you are multicasting, 
please insure that each frame has a checksum which insures tha  the packet 
in a protocol layer so that the packet can travel through the public 
network. Then the packet travels through the public network. When the packet 
reaches the other private network, its protocol layer is removed, and the 
packet travels to its destination, if you are not still listed. An IP packet 
consists of a header section and a data section, but I really doubt anyone 
bothered to read this far. A never-ending flood of posts, produced with a 
run-of-the-mill keyboard, followed by a successful search for the 'post' 
button, in a desperate attempt to reach someone who has their finger on the 
"delist" switch (or button).