From: James Gallagher (james at domain gallagher.cx)
Date: Fri 07 Jul 2000 - 13:45:57 IST
I'm not sure of the specifics and what impact it would have but I do know that Eircom/Indigo prick around *a lot* with the dialups. They have also recently implemented different caching methods which caused a lot of problems accessing certain sites.
From: Joe Desbonnet <joe at domain galway.net>
Date: Thu, 6 Jul 2000 19:54:49 +0100
To: ilug at domain linux.ie
Subject: [ILUG] Dial-up IP: how much meddling is going on?
> I once assumed that ISP dial-up accounts gave you raw unhindered IP access.
> However I am starting to suspect there is a lot of pricking around
> going on (with Eircom in particular).
> Example: large file uploads via HTTP no longer seem to work reliably with
> Eircom. They seem to have a transparent proxy in place which pricks around
> with the HTTP protocol.
> Does anyone know for a fact what level of meddling is going on with
> dial up IP access by the various ISPs?
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