On 02/22/03 06:19 PM, Cliff Sarginson sat at the `puter and typed: > On Sat, Feb 22, 2003 at 08:43:33AM -0800, Kent Stewart wrote: > > > <SNIP> > > > > Last time I looked, Verizon had a no-local sever clause in their Terms > > of Service.
If I understand the terms I got correctly, they mean no commercial servers, and they've told me they don't block any ports anyway. > Traceroute is not really the tool you are after. > > You need an external port scan done using another Internet > connection or by a friend, or someone you can trust will > not use the results for nefarious means. > > There are sites that will do simple scans for you > .. but of course is up to you whether you trust them ;). Any such services you 'trust'? Of course I know that's a tough one to answer, but don't worry, I'll do whatever due diligence I can beforehand. > Actually I get scanned several times a day by dopeheads looking for > open-ports on my system. It is a fact of Internet life, it is not rocket > science. Probably everyone on this list, certainly if they have a > (semi)permanent net connection gets scanned as well. > > If your ISP is blocking you..change your ISP. Yeah, but AT&T Broadband just changed hands again, and they still haven't turned on in my area. I don't know what their practices will be anyway, so I'll have to do some due diligence there too. Thanks Lou -- Louis LeBlanc [EMAIL PROTECTED] Fully Funded Hobbyist, KeySlapper Extrordinaire :) http://www.keyslapper.org ԿԬ You may already be a loser. -- Form letter received by Rodney Dangerfield. To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-questions" in the body of the message