mjimenez at net.tufts.edu
Sat Mar 15 04:25:19 GMT 2003
The standard Akamai contract mandates that you allow them such
access to their servers, as well as physical access on demand. It's
certainly possible that you folks have something other than the standard
"Read all instructions before applying adhesive."
-Large Print on Lid of Bucket; words to live by.
"Diplomacy" is saying "nice doggy" until you can find a big rock.
On Fri, 14 Mar 2003, Steve Bernard wrote:
> We have 3 Akamai boxes attached to our network. Ostensibly, they are
> there to service the GMU community. Recently the filters on some routers
> were updated to block all but essential ports. Today we got an email
> from an Akamai engineer who said, in part,
> We are unable to reach all of our computers colocated at your datacenter
> in GMU Fairfax, VA. ... We would like you to remove all the filters and
> afterwards get back to us.
> Port State Service
> 20/tcp filtered ftp-data
> 21/tcp filtered ftp
> 22/tcp filtered ssh
> 23/tcp filtered telnet
> 69/tcp filtered tftp
> 80/tcp open http
> 111/tcp filtered sunrpc
> 443/tcp open https
> 515/tcp filtered printer
> I haven't had a chance to talk to a person at Akamai and I'm wondering
> if anyone else has dealt with these guys?
> Steve Bernard
> Sr. Systems Engineer, NET
> George Mason University
> Fairfax, VA
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