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attbi port blockage

I've just logged into my home system (in Newton) and successfully accessed both and Using lynx. 

I am unable to do a traceroute because my Linksys NAT box seems to be blocking it. 

On 5 Mar 2002 at 14:31, srl wrote:
> No, but I have another ATTBI question. In my experience (Watertown,
> M1X customer for close to 3 years), ATTBI's routes have started to
> suck immensely. There are numerous websites I can get to from my
> office but not from my home---,,
> and a host of others. I've used traceroute and confirmed that most
> of the problems seem to be with ATT's peering to other backbone
> providers.
> I've called tech support several times about the fact that their
> routing is hosed and that they need to check these things out, and
> I've gotten nothing useful. The techs always want to coach me
> through clearing my browser cookies and other useless chickenwaving.
> Moreover, they can't even give me an incident tracking number where
> I can check to see that my problem's been addressed.
> Has anyone had these problems with ATTBI and had success in
> resolving them? What's the secret?
> srl
> -- 
> Shane R. Landrum         slandrum at                __o
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