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Re: Implementing anti-abuse techniques on ISP networks....
> I don't know about the "huge players", but we're an Internet Service > Provider, not an Internet Blockage Provider. We don't allow spoofing, > and we don't allow relaying, but we're not about to put filters > to prevent dialup customers from connecting wherever they want. I too, am a small Internet Service Provider, and I too, don't want to block sites that my users may want to access. But there seems to be a few domains that do nothing but generate spam. Am I not providing a service to my users if I prevent them from being smothered with spam from those sites? -- Andy Pitts : "Knowledge is a deadly friend [email protected] : When no one sets the rules." http://www.rbdc.com : --King Crimson--