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Verizon & Ports

Try it from just outside your router somehow.  If you get through, it's
Verizon.  My bet is it *is* Verizon.

1) They want you to con$ume, not produce (except for personal pages)
2) They do not want the liability for $ecurity breaches

Benjamin$ baby ;-)

Personally I think ISP as a generic term should be depricated.  Service
providers are morphing into niche players.  These folks are really service
providers linking consumers with content providers, and charging you for it.
You may want to revisit the speakeasy thread and give a referral bonus to
one of these guys.

Chuck Young
Security Consulting
Genuity E-Services

-----Original Message-----
From: discuss-admin at [mailto:discuss-admin at]On Behalf Of
Abhishake Pathak
Sent: Friday, March 22, 2002 6:33 PM
To: discuss at
Subject: Verizon & Ports

I was running my server and ports 21, 22, 8080 were
open as i was running an ftp server and a web server.
I mentioned earlier my problem with verizon and how
they have closed off port 80.
All of a sudden a few days ago all the ports were
closed.  My router has these ports open and so does
openbsd box.
I have a feeling that verizon did this.  Anyone know
of this?  Could it be verizon or is it something else?


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