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forum dnsbl block

Postby FAMAS » Tue Dec 06, 2016 11:27 am

i run from a dynamic ip range and the dnsbl used by the forum server blocks ips onto which my isp often assigns. this is my complaint.
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Re: forum dnsbl block

Postby foldy » Tue Dec 06, 2016 12:44 pm

Can you give examples of your dynamic ip adresses? Where are those IPs located and by which Internet Provider?
As a workaround you can try to use a public proxy or vpn tunnel.
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Re: forum dnsbl block

Postby FAMAS » Tue Dec 06, 2016 2:02 pm

@foldy, forum moderators can see them from my account data and their reply i await. you are advised to update the folding@home stat spreadsheet
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Re: forum dnsbl block

Postby bruce » Tue Dec 06, 2016 5:32 pm

Our hosting service actively pursues DoS attacks and other such malicious activities. Certain ranges of IP addresses are blocked from ISPs from which active malicious attacks originate. If you want to connect here, you'll have to find an ISP that accepts reports of malicious activity, investigates them, and takes action against those customers who attack us.

Our records show you have posted from four different individual IPs belonging to four different ISPs. That's not dynamic addressing.
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Re: forum dnsbl block

Postby FAMAS » Thu Dec 08, 2016 5:33 am

@bruce, of them, 2 are TOR ips, one was used to make the original post here, the other to post this reply. the rest are non-tor ips associated with the isp in my country. where i am from, end user isps take ip allocations from the national major isps (isps taking share from isp, isp NAT kind of), global ip database has not gotten memo of that, so ips appear as if they are from different major isps while they are from one end user isp as in the connection i use.
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Re: forum dnsbl block

Postby Joe_H » Thu Dec 08, 2016 6:07 am

Again, we only see the IP numbers that you were able to connect from. We are not able to see which ones failed for you. So unless you provide IP numbers as foldy suggested, we have no way of checking if they are blocked by this forum, or blocked elsewhere.

P.S. You are now up to 5 different addresses. Based on the addresses we can see, you have connected from at least two different ISP's besides using TOR.
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Re: forum dnsbl block

Postby FAMAS » Thu Dec 08, 2016 2:38 pm

@joe_H, check private message
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