Webone blocking port 25??
kim.holburn at anu.edu.au
Thu Jul 25 21:27:08 EST 2002
At 7:21 PM +1000 2002/07/25, Chris Fletcher wrote:
> > I don't think you can point to anywhere in your contract where it said
>> port 25 should be open. And anything not explicitly mentioned (or implied
>> law) in your contract is just a bonus which can be withdrawn at any time.
>Goodness me - do you think the same would apply for port 80 or port 443?
WebOne do have a transparent proxy on port 80.
>Hello this is Webone we are an internet provider - sort of - excpet for web
>traffic, internet banking and sending emails - we reserve the right to
>remove those services and any other services we feel like. But we still
>provide Internet access. Honest.
>Why should 25 be treated any different to 80, 21, 443 or any of the other
>important ones. Or any at all for that matter. An ISP should provide the
>'road' and leave it up to me to lock my front door.
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