RE: Haha....Thanks...sorry :)
Posted by: Bighair ()
Date: April 27, 2000 04:54AM

Well, to help clarify this with what I know.

.ca addresses are generally for government entities and non-commercial organizations including universities and such whereas .com and .net have different connotations which are usually linked to commercial entities.

There is actually a set of rules for the 3 classes. I'm sure an internet FAQ will exist on IP Addressing that clarifies this.

The point being, at least in North America, .ca is not the exlusive identifier for Canadian sites.

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