paul4004 at gmail.com
Thu Apr 5 13:01:02 CDT 2012
That's probably a better idea.
I moved "into" a /24 ip block that was SWIPed to me that they reported was
"dynamic cable/DSL users" (no spam history, mind you). Didn't matter, I
couldn't send e-mail.
When trying to get it delisted I had a TTL on the zone that was
"incompatible" with their standards (for DR failover purposes) and was
unwilling to maintain a TTL of how many ever hours they wanted as it didn't
fit the company's requirements.
I ended up just getting a new IP block from the ISP as they gave up on
resolving it too. Kind of a waste, but it worked. I relocated to there
1 year later they updated my ticket and delisted it.
On Thu, Apr 5, 2012 at 11:45 AM, Nick Hilliard <nick at foobar.org> wrote:
> On 05/04/2012 17:48, goemon at anime.net wrote:
> > But they will care about a /24.
> I'm curious as to why they would want to stop at /24. If you're going to
> take the shotgun approach, why not blacklist the entire ASN?
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