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Debra.Hammons3
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7/2/2019 | 7:36:15 AM
Comcast Takes on TorrentFreak
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skillsss
skillsss
12/5/2012 | 4:08:33 PM
re: Comcast Takes on TorrentFreak



-áone thing...but an ISP using its platform for social engineering purposes is quite another.




The American Public and the FCC need to keep an eye on ISPs. Comcast has been censoring conservative message board posters in my opinion. Because dominant ISP Comcast is a gateway to the internet, they control many eyeballs. Comcast's systematic censoring of conservative opinions on their News & Current Events message boards needs to cease and desist. If Comcast gets tax breaks from local government, then they have a civic, ethical, moral and perhaps legal obligation to provide fair and balanced moderation of their message boards. This type of social engineering is an outrage. Please get involved. Silence is consent. Post a conservative response to a News or Current Events thread here and see for yourself.



http://community.comcast.net/c...



This is America...Not CHINA


DCITDave
DCITDave
12/5/2012 | 3:03:45 PM
re: Comcast Takes on TorrentFreak
who is this ernesto character anyway?
Larry, Monkey
Larry, Monkey
12/5/2012 | 3:03:44 PM
re: Comcast Takes on TorrentFreak
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OldPOTS
OldPOTS
12/5/2012 | 3:03:43 PM
re: Comcast Takes on TorrentFreak
RJS said " am waiting for the govt to sell the Interstate
highway system to some big corporation (most likely one of the oil companies or the above four).
Then we can all be very content paying 19.99 a month for the right to use it."
----------------

Well a Mexican company is about to build the Trans-Texas Corridor. The TTC is a tollroad from Mexico to Oklahoma and later on to Kansas. Any guesses what the toll will be a month?

But don't mess with Texans!

OP

I just couldn't resist!
rjs
rjs
12/5/2012 | 3:03:43 PM
re: Comcast Takes on TorrentFreak
ATT, VERIZON, TIME WARNER and COMCAST. The new
Ma Bells of telecom. Get used to the monopoly
and tacit understanding of maintaining it.

Comcast has already more customers for the VoIP than
Vonage and the P2P on Comcast sucks.

I am waiting for the govt to sell the Interstate
highway system to some big corporation (most likely one of the oil companies or the above four).
Then we can all be very content paying 19.99 a month for the right to use it.

The policy makers just don't get the point about common carriage and why it should be kept separate. Wholesaling should be mandatory to prevent these monopolies from getting out of control.


-RJS
ozip
ozip
12/5/2012 | 3:03:42 PM
re: Comcast Takes on TorrentFreak
As the article states, many operators attempt to control the distribution of traffic to ensure fair usage. Put mores simply, this is no different than the old days of enterprises prioritizing telnet over FTP. It seems reasonable because they want their customers to have a good interactive experience using http.

However, there is a more complex problem. Most DPI boxes claim that they can look at the complete contents of every packet that goes through them, however in practice, this is usually not the case either due to the way the product was deployed, such as the long suffering in-line or out-of-line debate; or the processing power/cost of the device trade-off.

Therefore DPI vendors end-up building "black box" applications that run on their platforms using the minimum amount of hardware resource while attempting to address the problems when out-of-line is used. The solutions show promise when tested on a smaller scale but other problems such as this appear at scale.

I would bet that this is an unintended consequence of the mechanism that Sandvine is using to manage p2p traffic. The big question is whether its a bug, or a fundamental design problem.

Unfortunately, the structure of the routing business (and CMTS) is such that DPI technology isn't in the routers where it should be, and operators are forced to attempt to solve legitimate problems with these add-on devices.

OZIP
jwmarc
jwmarc
12/5/2012 | 3:03:41 PM
re: Comcast Takes on TorrentFreak
And there have been enough RFPs and deals to substantiate the market....remember "net nutrality"??.. the thought was to have product in place if the battle was won and immediately proceed with throttling the likes of Google,Yahoo and all the other big portals that were getting the "free ride" as a major telco executive said publically....
jwmarc
jwmarc
12/5/2012 | 3:03:41 PM
re: Comcast Takes on TorrentFreak
And carlos Slim...is he the benefactor??
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