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Paul Ebersman works for [[Neustar]] as a principal engineer & DNS architect and is a member of ICANN's [[SSAC]].
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'''Paul Ebersman''' works for [[Neustar]] as a principal engineer & DNS architect and is a member of ICANN's [[SSAC]].
 
==Career History==
 
==Career History==
Before working for Neustar, Ebersman worked at [[Comcast]] as a DNS architect and as a technical resource on [[DNS]]/[[DHCP]]/[[IPv6]]. Ebersman worked on the internet for the Air Force in 1984, supporting [[TCP/IP]] and [[OSI]] networks. He was part of [[UUNET]] and helped build [[AlterNET]] and the modem network used by [[MSN]], [[AOL]], and [[Earthlink]].<ref>[https://www.home.neustar/blog/authors/paul-ebersman Neustar Blog Author Profile</ref>
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Before working for Neustar, Ebersman worked at [[Comcast]] as a DNS architect and as a technical resource on [[DNS]]/[[DHCP]]/[[IPv6]]. Ebersman worked on the internet for the Air Force in 1984, supporting [[TCP/IP]] and [[OSI]] networks. He was part of [[UUNET]] and helped build [[AlterNET]] and the modem network used by [[MSN]], [[AOL]], and [[Earthlink]].<ref>[https://www.home.neustar/blog/authors/paul-ebersman Neustar Blog Author Profile]</ref>
  
 
==ICANN and Internet Governance Participation==
 
==ICANN and Internet Governance Participation==
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Organization: Neustar
Affiliation: SSAC
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Region: North America
Country: USA

Paul Ebersman works for Neustar as a principal engineer & DNS architect and is a member of ICANN's SSAC.

Career History

Before working for Neustar, Ebersman worked at Comcast as a DNS architect and as a technical resource on DNS/DHCP/IPv6. Ebersman worked on the internet for the Air Force in 1984, supporting TCP/IP and OSI networks. He was part of UUNET and helped build AlterNET and the modem network used by MSN, AOL, and Earthlink.[1]

ICANN and Internet Governance Participation

Ebersman is active in DNS-OARC, NANOG, IETF, and ICANN.

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