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Re: Friendly greetings, Bandwidth Management & Packet Shaping

I know your just a spammer pimping our warez (illegally I might add), 
but the for the benefit bots that link to the archives and the people 
who will be drawn to this thread:

The best gui in the world doesn't help when your logged in via ssh at 
4am; Further more the quality of your product is at series question; 
Your board of directors is full of disgraced ex gov and company execs 
who worked before on products known to HINDER security rather then 
create it, and if they are really as experienced as your site claims 
you would know better then to spam a mailing list with your insipid 

All this leads me to believe your nothing but a group of script 
kiddies with enough dirty cash to afford a new attempt at a new 
start, and you are NOT doing yourself, your company, your reputation, 
or your public relations ANY good by disrespecting us in the manner 
you just have.

In short; Get bent we don't want your spam or your stolen-from-gpl 
On 30 Jun 2004 at 11:04, Armando Vasquez wrote:

> Hi,
> I run a cross your email on line, I would like to have this 
> opportunity to share with you a solution for Bandwidth management and 
> packet shaping, better control for the traffic with lowest 
> granularity 64k, logs the inbound and outbound traffic, capable of 
> enforce rules or deny traffic that is not related to corporate day to 
> day operation as such IM, download music, or non related websites. 
> However this can be done by identifying the Application signature 80 
> byte header, then can be applied using a Gui to control the inbound 
> and outbound traffic by port, as well vlan on the device. Also can be 
> control by rule base and time trigger control. 
> I read you email noted below and it looks like this really play a 
> role on your existing environment:
> If you would like to learn more about it, please visit my website at 
> http://www.dcseven.comproducts.
> Best regards,
> Armando Vasquez
> DC7 Company
> Director, Business Development
> Office (510) 282-9407
> Email: armando.vasquez@dcseven.com
> URL: http://www.dcseven.com
>  I'm getting some DSL services installed and I need some 
> recommendations or even a pointer or two to a method of long-term 
> bandwidth monitoring while keeping latency to a minimum. The DSL for 
> our customers will be coming into our location on an ATM.I'm still 
> working out the details with static or dynamic IPs, but either way, I 
> need to monitor bandwidth for each incoming DSL connection and 
> although placing a 'slink' server between the incoming ATM and our 
> networkwould be frowned upon for latency concerns, a 'slink' server 
> that can monitor this bandwidth and create logs to be processed 
> monthly from a location outside of the initial subnet would be highly 
> revered. Specifically, any software that can monitor bandwidth and 
> create logs (CSV or, even better, SQL) would do the trick: I can 
> tailor the equipment and connections to suit the software; I just 
> have to locate the proggie to do this.
> TIA!

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