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Re: SMURF amplifier page
- From: Kyle C. Bacon
- Date: Mon Apr 27 14:34:10 1998
I didn't see you on the list, but I can send you a copy of the page and you can
On Apr 27, 12:47pm, Eric Germann wrote:
> Subject: Re: SMURF amplifier page
> Uhhh, is it just me, or does the below imply that if you are on the list,
> you can't read the page to find out
> a) you're on the list
> b) how to get off the list
> Kind of a catch-22 here, isn't it?
> At 07:21 PM 4/26/98 -0500, Karl Denninger wrote:
> >As promised, we now have a web page for this.
> >The current smurf list is at http://www.mcs.net/smurf
> >This will be updated roughly weekly, or whenever major changes are made
> >to the list of blocked networks. It contains, in addition to dialogue on
> >the Smurf issue, a list of network numbers and "whois" lookups on the
> >IF YOU APPEAR ON THIS LIST YOU CANNOT TRANSPORT PACKETS INTO OUR
> >Instructions for what you must do to get the block removed are contained
> >within this page. Bitching and moaning is pointless - the only fix is
> >to FIX THE PROBLEM.
> >Thank you!
> >Karl Denninger (karl@MCS.Net)| MCSNet - Serving Chicagoland and Wisconsin
> >http://www.mcs.net/ | T1's from $600 monthly / All Lines
> > | NEW! Corporate ISDN Prices dropped by up to 50%!
> >Voice: [+1 312 803-MCS1 x219]| EXCLUSIVE NEW FEATURE ON ALL PERSONAL
> >Fax: [+1 312 803-4929] | *SPAMBLOCK* Technology now included at no
>-- End of excerpt from Eric Germann
| Kyle C. Bacon
| Vice President - Operations
| Fiber Network Solutions, Inc.