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Re: [PLUG] Comcast is Messing with My DNS
Brent is correct thanks for clarifying that. If they can see it, then they consider it public and therefore a violation of TOS. Yes, they do port scan, and yes they do watch all "inflowing" traffic.
From what their security/criminal data center people told me when they blocked port 25 was that it's mainly a SPAM issue.
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From: brent timothy saner [mailto:email@example.com]
To: Philadelphia Linux User's Group Discussion List [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tue, 08 Apr 2008 21:24:24 -0400
Subject: Re: [PLUG] Comcast is Messing with My DNS
Brian Vagnoni wrote:
> It's Comcast way of telling you that you are in violation of your TOS(NO
> SERVERS ON RESIDENTIAL ACCOUNTS).
no *PUBLIC* servers on residential accounts.
it's in the contract. they can't tell you what you can and can't do
behind the router; that'd be pretty illegal.
and since most of his DNS setup here is internal, as far as i can
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