How to stop the flood?

R. DuFresne dufresne at sysinfo.com
Thu Apr 28 23:50:03 CEST 2005


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defiantly, as others have hinted, not everything is a technical/firewall 
issue.  Block the network access and let the user explain to their manager 
why they are not able to complete their work.  If this is consumer access, 
then you don't need their monies, send them on their merry way of finding 
another ISP to abuse.

Thanks,

Ron DuFresne

On Thu, 28 Apr 2005, Dwayne Hottinger wrote:

> Im confused.  Why would you allow someone on your network (subnet or net) do
> such a thing.  Cant you just not give them access, either via dhcp or some
> other way.  Sounds almost like an issue for management ie someone needs to
> start looking for employment elsewhere.
>
> ddh
>

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