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>> Rob had a wonderful site on setting up cablemodem linux firewall,
>Perhaps mediaone decided to enforce there "no server" policy when
>they found out that most references to a definitive firewalling
>site rested on an machine?  I recall them being
>less than open to user wishes along those lines.

I doubt that m1x/RoadRunner had anything to do with RLZ's site
vanishing, though the notion does have a certain dramatic appeal.
I agree that management at m1x/RoadRunner appears to have their
heads in permanent suppository configuration, but RLZ's site was
a genuine resource and contributed to the overall *reduction* of 
problems on their net.  I've not yet heard of ANY cable customers
being forced to shut down servers locally, and certainly none so
demonstrably useful as RLZ's...

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