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Re: Alpha test of MAE filtering capability

  • From: Robert Bowman
  • Date: Thu Jan 30 20:02:02 1997

But any reasonable ISP realizes that by using the RADB servers is wonderful,
but does not come close to preventing an:
ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 <innocent ISP>

But I presume this solution does.

rob


> 
> At 03:51 PM 1/30/97 -0800, Steve Feldman wrote:
> >In response to requests from several customers for a filtering solution
> >at MAE EAST and MAE WEST, MFS WorldCom is developing an automated
> >system to enable ISPs to control traffic destined for their own routers
> >and networks.
> >
> >ISPs using this service will be able to specify, by IP address, which
> >MAE-attached routers they wish to accept or block traffic from.
> >
> 
> Or you could just your the RADB Route Servers like a reasonable ISP :)
> 
> 
> 
> -------------------------------------------------
> Matthew E. Pearson
> Vice President of Development
> Games-Online Inc.
> http://www.games-online.com
> 

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