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RE: Stealth Blocking
> From: Eric A. Hall [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] > Sent: Thursday, May 24, 2001 11:03 AM > > > > The negative side effect is that it cripples people who use email > > > as a file transfer protocol. > > > > Which I do, quite extensively. Transit providers shouldn't be doing > > this. > > I agree. Access providers should be, however. That depends on your definition of access provider. I would be livid, were my upstream to do such traffic shaping on my feed. We would also be in court for breach of contract. I buy bandwidth and IP space. I expect to get what I pay for. I don't pay to have my traffic restricted by other than my pipe size.