[nanog] Re: short Botnet list and Cashing in on DoS
alex at relcom.net
Sun Oct 10 07:02:35 UTC 2004
> On Sat, 9 Oct 2004, Alexei Roudnev wrote:
> Then get yourself a personal colo (http://www.vix.com/personalcolo/) A
> dynamic ip is no place for a server of any kind.
It is wrong - dynamic IP is just a dynamic IP. Nothing more.
if you are doing any filtering, do not name it IP; nname it _home network
with elements of IP_, for example.
> And it IS the isp's concern. Most of them would consider running a mail
> server on a home-user grade cable connection to be in violation of their
> AUP if push came to shove, and they have every right to block you.
Incorrect - they do not have any such AUP in place. It is your fantasy.
> >>> Next you'll block SIP if we start getting "spam calls"? Or any other
> >>> application that pops up and is used by the same people sending spam
> > today?
> >> There is the issue of usability. Why does a Cable user on a dynamic
> >> range need SMTP open?
> > Because I am running my own SMTP server @ FreeBSD, for example. It is MY
> > concern, not ISP concern.
> > .
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