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RE: Blocking specific sites within certain countries.
Its my understanding that since Akamai is based on DNS resolves if you where to use the method of blocking it within the DNS system it would make no difference. Although I'm no Akamai expert. -Jim -----Original Message----- From: Daniel Concepcion [mailto:email@example.com] Sent: Thursday, November 14, 2002 11:59 AM To: Alif The Terrible; firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Re: Blocking specific sites within certain countries. Hi, In Spain Some provideers are blocking the resolv of this domains in their dns servers. Others block in the edge the ip actually associated with this domains. Others don't block ;) Is very interesting know what happening if this domains move to Akamai or Digital Island. Deny this traffic without break others lays will be very difficult. Regards, Daniel On Thursday 14 November 2002 16:55, Alif The Terrible wrote: > Good Morning, > > I am interested in how everyone who is affected by the recent Spanish > Judicial order to block specific "terrorist affiliated" sites from access > to Spanish nationals? > > Without re-starting the endless debate over how impossible this is in > fact, since that is obvious - how is everyone "complying" with this order?