Declan Moriarty wrote:
> Recently, Somebody Somewhere wrote these words
>> Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't the point that D-Link have
>> completely ignored the two restrictions he has put on the use of the
>> server i.e. the service area and the access policy. Also, D-Link have
>> hard coded the name of the server into the firmware of their devices
>> so that it's now too late to change it. In my opinion that's
>> disgraceful behaviour. Filtering the packets at the server or wherever
>> shouldn't have to be done because D-Link should not have been using it
>> to start with but even if this approach is used won't the packets make
>> it all the way to the server and hence he still has to pay for the
>> bandwidth ? So we're still at the problem of him having to pay money
>> which he wasn't paying because of D-Link.
>>> Yeah. If the guy was smart, he'd go into hock for ,whatever it took,
> start charging start charging for the service, and then sue
> D-Link. :-D.
Seems D-Link pulled the firmware from their website and will be making a
statement in the next few days...
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