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Re: SORBS on autopilot?
From: Michelle Sullivan <matthew () sorbs net>
Date: Fri, 15 Jan 2010 18:08:37 +0100
Leo Bicknell wrote:
So, let me see if I got this right:
1) Network reports 18.104.22.168/24 has no dynamic IP addresses in it.
Networks don't report anything, people do, and in the majority of cases
not the network owner (where network owner = person listed in the RIR as
2) SORBS robot reponds with "you must change your rDNS."
... or respond to indicate why you think the robot is wrong...
What your telling me is the SORBS list of "dynamic IP's" is in fact
not a list of dynamic IP's. Rather it is the "SORBS list of things
that have DNS names that look like dynamic IP's".
No, it's much more. Delisting requests are processed in the initial
instance by a robot to save wasting valuable human time as we have
received several 1000 messages a day from dynamic users demanding
delisting. The robot leaves us with 50-100 messages a day to process
manually (for the DUHL only.)
Re: SORBS on autopilot? Ken Chase (Jan 15)
Re: SORBS on autopilot? Michelle Sullivan (Jan 15)
Re: SORBS on autopilot? Jon Lewis (Jan 15)
Re: SORBS on autopilot? Leo Bicknell (Jan 15)
Re: SORBS on autopilot? Patrick W. Gilmore (Jan 15)
Re: SORBS on autopilot? Logan Vig (Jan 15)
Re: SORBS on autopilot? Joel M Snyder (Jan 12)
- Re: Bad Support Bots, (continued)