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Re: SMURF amplifier page
From: Eric Germann <ekgermann () cctec com>
Date: Mon, 27 Apr 1998 12:47:22 -0400

Uhhh, is it just me, or does the below imply that if you are on the list,
you can't read the page to find out 

a)      you're on the list
b)      how to get off the list

Kind of a catch-22 here, isn't it?  

:)

Eric


At 07:21 PM 4/26/98 -0500, Karl Denninger wrote:

As promised, we now have a web page for this.

The current smurf list is at http://www.mcs.net/smurf

This will be updated roughly weekly, or whenever major changes are made 
to the list of blocked networks.  It contains, in addition to dialogue on
the Smurf issue, a list of network numbers and "whois" lookups on the
owners.

IF YOU APPEAR ON THIS LIST YOU CANNOT TRANSPORT PACKETS INTO OUR
INFRASTRUCTURE.

Instructions for what you must do to get the block removed are contained
within this page.  Bitching and moaning is pointless - the only fix is 
to FIX THE PROBLEM.

Thank you!

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