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|reply to jjjacer |
Re: Multiple supported properties
I'm with DataRiker on this one. This should be considered a public network with little expectancy of filtering/'baddie prevention' (for lack of a better term off the top of my head) beyond bandwidth management. And as long as you have a commercial connection from Qwest (I will assume right away that you are), I'd bitch them out about their 'network management' and if they refuse to do anything about it, take your business elsewhere. Or rather it should be the other way around. Threaten to take your business elsewhere and if they still don't give in, actually follow through with it. That really is your best bet.
As has already been stated, it is going to be VERY difficult to do any proactive filtering to prevent this from happening again, the very least needing to be an upgrade of your firewall combined with tons of man hours to have it set up right and then regularly keeping it up to date on rules so nothing slips through. Once all that would be set and done you enter the slippery slope issue of filtering and potential guest complaints.
I swear, some people should have pace-makers installed to free up the resources. Breathing and heart beat taxes their whole system, all of their brain cells wasted on life support.-two bit brains, and the second bit is wasted on parity! ~head_spaz