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Tue Dec 18 18:26:03 UTC 2001
At 09:45 AM 12/18/2001 -0600, Matthew S. Hallacy wrote:
> Anyone know what's up with AT&T Broadband in Minnesota? They
> appear to be blocking *everything* from 24/8 to 24/8 that isn't
>port 25/tcp 110/tcp 80/tcp 443/tcp, or icmp. Everything else is being
>dropped into a growing black hole..
You live on 24/8 as an ATT broadband subscriber. You try to communicate
with another ATT broadband subscriber on 24/8. Your outbound packets to
said subscriber on 24/8 are dropped unless destination port is one of tcp
ports 25, 110, 80, 443 or icmp. The rest of your outbound packets to the
internet as a whole are forwarded as usual.
Is that a reasonable re-wording of your original post?
> Matthew S. Hallacy
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