content regulation, was Verizon Policy Statement on Net Neutrality
owen at delong.com
Mon Mar 2 02:01:19 UTC 2015
> On Mar 1, 2015, at 17:58 , John R. Levine <johnl at iecc.com> wrote:
>>> As I said above, retail customers. Business customers get static IPs and generaly no blocking.
>> Business customers only get static from Comcast if they pay extra for it.
> I'm in a T-W area, haven't checked Comcast's prices lately. But if you don't have a static IP, it's a poor idea to try to send mail directly since you're sharing your IP range with the usual array of botted Windows boxes and hacked Wordpress servers, so recipients are unlikely to accept it.
I don’t disagree. I use static IPs, I just don’t get them from Comcast. I use Comcast as an L2 substrate for my GRE tunnels where I run BGP with my real providers.
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