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On Tue, 27 Jan 2004 21:56:25 +0100, Michael Heiming wrote: [/ref] > ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^[/ref]   > > Yep, the upstream, but your downstream has some more hops, as we see > from the above.[/ref] No, that is still supernews. My ISP uses them as well. If I do a dig on my ISP's news server, it resolves with a supernews.com server so I know I'm directly connected to their server. And here's the path of your post: Path: sn-us!sn-xit-05!sn-xit-08!supernews.com!freenix!ircam.fr! ... As you can see, it has the same thing. The sn-* are internal to supernews (I assume sn = _s_uper_n_ews). I haven't ...

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    Default Re: Stats comp.os.linux.setup (last 7 days)

    On Tue, 27 Jan 2004 21:56:25 +0100, Michael Heiming wrote: [/ref]
    > ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^[/ref]
     
    >
    > Yep, the upstream, but your downstream has some more hops, as we see
    > from the above.[/ref]

    No, that is still supernews. My ISP uses them as well. If I do a dig
    on my ISP's news server, it resolves with a supernews.com server so I
    know I'm directly connected to their server.

    And here's the path of your post:
    Path: sn-us!sn-xit-05!sn-xit-08!supernews.com!freenix!ircam.fr! ...

    As you can see, it has the same thing. The sn-* are internal to
    supernews (I assume sn = _s_uper_n_ews).

    I haven't seen a Breuer post in quite awhile, either. They must not be
    getting through supernews for whatever reason.

    - W. Citoan
    --
    A bore is a man who talks so much about himself that you can't talk about
    yourself.
    W. Guest

  2. #42

    Default [Stats] Spain ISP blocked by supernews?

    W. Citoan <com> wrote: 
    > > ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^[/ref][/ref]
     
    > >
    > > Yep, the upstream, but your downstream has some more hops, as we see
    > > from the above.[/ref][/ref]
     

    Sounds likely, would be interesting if someone using supernews,
    but not connected to sn-us (perhaps alias for supernews-usa?) is
    able to see Peter's post?
     

    [..]
     

    Interesting! However I strongly believe it's not Peter that got
    some "special" blocking, more likely the ISP he's using in Spain
    might be blocked. As the last post Jean-David saw from Peter,
    came from another host. Perhaps Peter could post through the
    other system, so we could double check?

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    Michael Heiming

    Remove +SIGNS and www. if you expect an answer, sorry for
    inconvenience, but I get tons of SPAM
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  3. #43

    Default Re: [Stats] Spain ISP blocked by supernews?

    On Tue, 27 Jan 2004 22:59:32 +0100, Michael Heiming wrote: 
    >
    > Interesting! However I strongly believe it's not Peter that got some
    > "special" blocking, more likely the ISP he's using in Spain might be
    > blocked.[/ref]

    I agree that it's not specific to Peter.

    - W. Citoan
    --
    In order to live free and happily, you must sacrifice boredom.
    It is not always an easy sacrifice.
    W. Guest

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    Michael Heiming <michael+heiming.de> wrote: 
    >
    > The one that got through to J-D was posted first through
    > "news.uc3m.es" now they origin from "telenews.teleline.es"[/ref]

    You sure about that? I mean, "in general"? For all posts?

    I ask because news.teleline.es is one of three incoming feeds to
    my newsservers (leafnode), but it would most likely only be used
    if I were posting from my portable from my home address, for which
    teleline.es is the ISP, via the newserver on my home server machine.

    If I were posting from work (which I estimate is 99% likely :-),
    then I would think that the feed would be through news.uc3m.es.
     

    What is it? A 10.? A 192.168? A 127.? 192.168 would indicate my home
    network as the feed. 10. would indicate my home ISP's network. 127.
    would indicate my home machine :-).
     

    I think that by pure luck you have looked at a post made directly from
    home. If I run leafnode by hand on the server at work, I see ..

    arpa:~$ /usr/local/sbin/fetchnews -vvv
    1.9.17: verbosity level is 3
    Trying to connect to news.uc3m.es ... connected.
    Getting new newsgroups from news.uc3m.es
    ...
    gnu.bash.bug: no new articles
    comp.os.linux.setup: no new articles
    ...
    Disconnected from news.uc3m.es.
    Trying to connect to news.teleline.es ... connected.
    Getting new newsgroups from news.teleline.es
    ...
    gnu.bash.bug: no new articles
    comp.os.linux.setup: no new articles
    ...


    which indicates to me that at least incoming goes via news.uc3m.es
    first!




    Peter
    P.T. Guest

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    P.T. Breuer <it.uc3m.es> wrote: 
    > >
    > > The one that got through to J-D was posted first through
    > > "news.uc3m.es" now they origin from "telenews.teleline.es"[/ref][/ref]
     

    Looks likely:

    $ pwd
    /var/spool/news

    $ grep -r -B2 "From: it.uc3m.es" ./* | grep -c
    telenews.teleline.es
    491

    $ grep -r -B2 "From: it.uc3m.es" ./* | grep -c
    news.uc3m.es
    0

     
     
     [/ref]
     

    Saw a 10., would have to make some more test, but I don't have
    the time right now and I'm not in front of the box.
     [/ref]
     
     
     

    Yep, incoming, outgoing seem to go through news.teleline.es.

    --
    Michael Heiming

    Remove +SIGNS and www. if you expect an answer, sorry for
    inconvenience, but I get tons of SPAM
    Michael Guest

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    Michael Heiming <michael+heiming.de> wrote: [/ref][/ref]
     [/ref]
     
     
     
     
    [..]
     [/ref]

    Double checked those, but nope there isn't a single post out of
    42227 which came through this host.

    [..] [/ref]
     
     [/ref][/ref]
     [/ref]
     [/ref]
    [..]
     [/ref]
     


    --
    Michael Heiming

    Remove +SIGNS and www. if you expect an answer, sorry for
    inconvenience, but I get tons of SPAM
    Michael Guest

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