[time-nuts] Dang, I fixed ANOTHER one! [OT]
kyrrin at bluefeathertech.com
Sat Jan 20 00:45:58 EST 2007
I'm blocking much of the 80.x ranges, but that's one that I can safely punch holes in. What are the addresses for your servers?
Group folk: Please bear with us. We'll take it to E-mail as soon as we get the communication issues sorted.
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On 19-Jan-07 at 09:01 Javier wrote:
>Hi, Bruce... It was not about time/frequency standards, but about a
>DSA602 :-). However... do you have also blocked the 220.127.116.11/8 range?
>(because my two outgoing servers were blocked...). Both are from static
>IPs and clean in SORBS :-).
>Sorry again to the group for the noise.
>Bruce Lane wrote:
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>>On 18-Jan-07 at 09:26 Javier wrote:
>>>Off Topic - Sorry for the noise
>>>I'm trying to send you an e-mail but get it bounced... Could you unblock
>>>my address jherrero at hvsistemas.es? Thanks!
>> Uhhh... actually, it's not your specific address that's getting blocked,
>but the entire 18.104.22.168/8 subnet.
>> The reason is simple: I've seen nearly as much spam and network abuse
>come from systems scattered all over that subnet as I have from China's
>221/8. For that reason, I've chosen to refuse all traffic from 200/8 until
>the ISPs realize that the Internet is not theirs to allow their spammers
>> In other words: I can't easily punch a hole for you without opening our
>network to further risk of spam and other abuse.
>> Now, with that said: I think I know why you were trying to contact me
>because I saw your post where you were looking for a time/frequency
>standard. If that was it, I'm sorry, but I'm really not interested in
>selling this particular unit. First off, it has several frequency outputs
>that are useful to me. Even if that were not the case, it has some pretty
>amazing history behind it, in terms of having been involved in fields of
>interest to me, so I would prefer to keep it around.
>> Please continue your search, though. I'm sure you will find a decent
>> Happy hunting.
>>Bruce Lane, Owner & Head Hardware Heavy,
>>Blue Feather Technologies -- http://www.bluefeathertech.com
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