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[BLU] Re: Where is

> 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.  As for current location, I'm afraid I
> can't be of much assistance.

M1X hasn't had that policy in a long time.  Their policy for over a year
has been "we won't help you do it, if you need our help you should be
able to hook up to a Windows machine for testing, and if you do anything
that affects other users on the system, you're gonna get shut down".

So basically that means you need to set up a firewall with two network
cards (one internal one external), don't use dhcpcd, and do know what
you're doing.  Seems reasonable to me.

I hear RCN is a lot more restrictive.
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