You are probably logging in with your account too often and triggering a
rate limit, or, someone nearby you is abusing the system. If you lay off the
system for an hour or so, can you get in? If not, send your account and the
exact time, in UTC, of a login failure and we can investigate. (api at
twitter dot com to get a ticket, or just to me.)

-John Kalucki
Infrastructure, Twitter Inc.

On Fri, Feb 12, 2010 at 6:04 AM, djpatra <> wrote:

> Hi,
>  I was launching single streaming api requests from my Amazon EC2
> instance. I didn't record the HTTP result code, though I have a
> mechanism for backing off for 240 seconds on an HTTP error code
> (>200);
> How can my IP still get blacklisted?  Now, I am getting 401
> Authentication error messages. But I can run the same code from my
> local machine, without any authentication issues. Is there something
> that I'm missing?
> Regards,
> Devjyoti

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