Re: [Admin] [SERIOUS PROBLEM] Vicious attacks on MUD?

From: Chris Jacobson (fear@ATHENET.NET)
Date: 08/31/97

On 9/1/97 12:48 AM, Doppleganger Software (doppsoft@JUNCTIONNET.COM)

>Well, unless I am mistaken, the reason for this is that the MUD is trying
>to resolve the hostname.  And since there is no IP of that number, it
>can't get a host name, and as such, has to time out.  There are a few
>things you can do if that is the problem.  #1., get the asyncrynous name
>resolver from the site.  or #2. Turn slow NS on, then it won't resolve
>the hostnames.  Maybe you can even try and use it to track them down.
>Good luck, those sick people (probably friends with those sending junk
>e-mails) should be dragged out into the street and shot.

No, I've had regular non-domain name IPs work, even with slowns it is
slow as shizzit.
The IP doesn't exist at all, not even pingable... I mean,
and don't really exist...

- Chris Jacobson

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