Request for contact and procedure information

Seth Mattinen sethm at rollernet.us
Fri Jul 10 11:06:39 CDT 2009


Dan White wrote:
> Seth Mattinen wrote:
>> Dan White wrote:
>>   
>>> Seth Mattinen wrote:
>>>     
>>>> Dan White wrote:
>>>>  
>>>>       
>>>>> Have you spoken with your provider? They should be giving you options,
>>>>> like changing your static address, or null routing the attackers
>>>>> upstream, or perhaps blocking port 80 to you, to limit your ingress
>>>>> traffic.
>>>>>
>>>>>     
>>>>>         
>>>> For DSL? I've never had that kind of luck with SBC's (now AT&T) home
>>>> products, and I've been using their DSL since 2001. This is one instance
>>>> where paying the big bucks for at least a T1 can show some some return.
>>>> Even if it's "business DSL" it's still treated the same as "drooling
>>>> user DSL".
>>>>
>>>> Purely my personal experience.
>>>>
>>>> ~Seth
>>>>
>>>>   
>>>>       
>>> I guess complaining that your provider won't do anything to help you,
>>> and not calling them to find out otherwise is a self fulfilling prophecy.
>>>
>>>     
>>
>> Can you read? Did I say that?
>>
>> ~Seth
>>
>>   
> Seth,
> 
> This was obviously not a response to you, but to the original poster.
> 

Sorry, I read that as a response to my message.

~Seth




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