IP address reputation, BorderWare

Res res at ausics.net
Sat Mar 24 04:19:29 CET 2007

On Fri, 23 Mar 2007, Chris Yuzik wrote:

> Res wrote:
>> It's simple, if anyone is so concerned about a few extra bytes of traffic 
>> in SV, you can solve all of your paranoia simply like this
>> telnet core
>> conf t
>> access-list 191 deny tcp any any eq 25
>> int FastEthernet0
>> ip access-group 191 in
> Res,
> Somebody's gonna type that in! Hopefully they won't. But somebody might! Oy!

Chris, thats the solution if they dont like the extra half a dozen TCP 
pkts :)

Seriously, they need to get over it, like I said more traffic generation 
is caused by greylisting, yet 90% of this list try say we should all use 
it, there is just no difference really, its extra non-common smtp traffic
generation, the same as SV.
Personally I don'y use either, and for time being never will, however if I 
do, I'd more likely use SV then greylisting.


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