On Fri, 6 Aug 2004 12:26:49 -0600 "Monique Y. Mudama" <email@example.com> wrote: > On 2004-08-06, Carl Fink penned: > > Another advantage (for me) of sending via my ISP's MX is that some > > servers are rejecting mail from IP ranges that are known to be cable > > modems or DSL, and my connectivity is via Cablevision. By sending > > through Panix, I get around this and avoid pointless bounces. > > *nod* I'm with a small-time provider, and I have a static IP with the > understanding that I'll be running servers and such on it. > > I'm not aware of any static IPs being blocked because they're > considered to be residential or anything ... has this happened to > anyone? I'm also using a small business ISP in my area. They give me 5 static ips, knew that I planned on using servers on it, were glad to hear that I would be using a Linux firewall instead of relying on routers etc. I haven't had a single problem with my ip being blocked or blacklisted due to being a DSL line. Everything has worked perfect (well, after I learned more about the software I'm using :-). Jacob -- GnuPG Key: 1024D/16377135 Random .signature #23: Failure is not an option -- it comes bundled with Windows.
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