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asr at millburn.net
Wed Dec 31 02:41:18 UTC 1997
> OTOH, if Earthlink (or whomever - Earthlink is just an example, here) points
> its customers towards something like mail.earthlink.net for SMTP relay, see
They run their own SMTP relays... some sort of round robin setup, servers
named after different countries of the world. So, the ball is in their
court, so to speak.
> Take a look at somebody like Xcom (hi, marty!) - www.xcom.net. I'm not
> affiliated with them in any way, but it looks like what they do may be useful.
> A Layer 2 approach means that you can assign only _your own_ IPs to dialin
> customers, which cuts out the aforementioned Radius cross-reference.
That's certainly an idea worth considering, if you are not distributed
accross a gazillion Ascend MAX TNT units (for UU anyways, duno what PSI
But I digress...
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