AT&T. Layer 6-8 needed.
shon at unwiredbb.com
Sun Jul 26 22:11:41 CDT 2009
It seems like my blocking of 184.108.40.206 is pointless, because Level3 is also
blocking the entire net 220.127.116.11.
All I can say is.. oh well. Nothing we can do about it.
> It appears at AT&T (including DSL, and my own home service via u-verse)
> has unilaterally and without explanation started blocking websites.
> I have confirmed this with multiple tests. (It actually appears that
> these sites are being blocked at a local-global scale -- that is, each
> city/hub seems to have blackholes for the sites).
> The sites I know of I'll list below (see Reddit for a discussion), but
> this is clearly and absolutely unacceptable. Please, comments on the nature
> of the sites are OT.. Let's keep this thread that way. (Away from being OT,
> that is).
> If any T folk are around, and have gotten wind of this (all comments /
> direct emails will be off record), a reply would be appreciated.
> No ears enclosing clue will be reached via normal channels at ~950E on a
> Sunday, but this is clearly a problem needing addressing, resolution, action
> and, who knows - suit?
> Thanks in advance all for insight, comments,
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