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On 11/12/2009 08:31 AM, David Hummel wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 11, 2009 at 6:41 PM, Michael Webb <mwebb-Dt0PXscwUuU at> wrote:
>> I think Comcast has started blocking my port 25, has this ever happened to
>> anyone?
> Yes, at which point I promptly switched to an ISP that does not block
> any ports or perform any other network "optimizations", and explicitly
> allows running servers in their terms of service.  In my case it's
> Speakeasy.  Not sure this is true of RCN...

I wish I had the option of a customer-friendly (server-friendly) ISP.  RCN,
Speakeasy, I tried a bunch, none operate in my town.  All I have is the choice
between Vz FIOS and Comshaft (both of which have no-server rules, but Comcast
is more aggressive and obnoxious in enforcing it).


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