Re: Greylisting for @debian.org email, please
Simon Richter <Simon.Richter@hogyros.de> writes:
> Yes, even if said frequency is very low. If my ISP does not give me a
> guarantee that when I reconnect I will get the same address again, and
> that noone else is going to use that address, I consider it a dynamic IP.
>> If so, lots of ISPs (mine, for example) give me a static IP address
>> via DHCP, in a block of addresses of which some are dynamic and some
>> are static.
> Hrm, that would indeed be a reason to accept mail from some IPs inside
> such "dynamic" blocks. Your IP does not seem to be listed as being
> dynamic, though. :-)
So my IP address, which my ISP promises will always be the same, and
is initialized by DHCP, is static. But most of the IP addresses in
the block are handed out dynamically. How will you be able to tell?