[kwlug-disc] netalyzr/ispgeeks interpreting [was: Re: Reliable Broadband speed test]
jvj at golden.net
Sat Mar 5 22:38:36 EST 2011
On 2011-03-05 21:13, unsolicited wrote:
> John Johnson wrote, On 03/05/2011 8:22 PM:
>> On 2011-03-05 19:51, unsolicited wrote: Quoting SORBS DUHL FAQs:
>>> It is a matter of debate as to whether a user at home should be
>>> running their own mail server. It is the opinion of SORBS that
>>> anyone competent enough to do so should be allowed to run their own
>>> mail server, but also, that all outgoing mail from dynamically
>>> assigned address space (and in a few cases even from statically
>>> assigned space) should be made to flow through the mail server(s) of
>>> the Internet service provider in question.
>> Per Execulink:
>> "it is technically against our user agreement to run any type server
>> on residential accounts (due to security concerns)."
>> Presumably "any type server" includes mail servers.
> Yes. Of course. Most providers say the same. Including my own, as
> noted, Rogers. Which was why I particularly noted not long ago that
> mail servers are specifically allowed at eyesurf - that being rather
> unusual to see in the terms of service.
> - servers would also include vnc, vpn, ssh, ping, ...
> And your point is?
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