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Re: RBL for bots?
On Thu, 15 Feb 2007 09:16:27 PST, Joel Jaeggli said: > Valdis.Kletnieks@xxxxxx wrote: > > 2) How important is it that you even accept connections from *anywhere* in > > that DHCP block? > > That depends... > > Do you sell "Internet service" to you customers or something else. If > the former then they're actually paying to receive connections from > anywhere... Then the RBL is irrelevant, as "anywhere" isn't the same as "anywhere that isn't in an RBL". :) (And anyhow, I'd *hope* that any use of an RBL to filter things on behalf of a customer was spelled out in the contract, at least in the fine print that most Joe Sixpacks never bother reading, specifically to cover that issue...)