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"Changing your BitTorrent client port to 1720 completely fixes the BitTorrent throttling issue for Rogers users," one user writes in. "I believe that port is used by the VOIP service from the company, Sprint Canada, that they acquired. Regardless, it makes a difference of 99.9% speed increase for me." There's been mixed results on this front according to our users, likely because the company is employing slightly different techniques in different markets, depending how strained local networks are. This thread in our Rogers forum explores what different ports users have tried, and their success or failure with each.4 comments
More ISPs Blocking Port 25 Inbound?
Users indicate Cox, BellSouth now employing tactic
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Port 25/tcp is used for SMTP, the outgoing mail protocol, and is often blocked by ISPs to cut down on spam (whether intentional or due to infection). The block prevents users from sending outgoing mail via any third party mail-hosting services. We've watched what was once somewhat of a scattered practice quickly become an industry standard over the last few years.

The tactic is generally a good idea, and only causes trouble when the ISP fails to clearly inform users of the change, allowing them to employ fairly easy solutions. Some ISPs allow the port to be re-opened upon request, while others - like Comcast - only apply the filters when dealing with spamming accounts in the first place.

Other ISPs take that tactic a bit further, blocking inbound port 25 traffic. story continues..28 comments
BellSouth Gift-Card Promotion
$25-$75 discounts for signing up for services
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In addition to the five dollar price-cut off their 3Mbps tier we mentioned yesterday, BellSouth has unveiled a gift-card promotion they're pushing in order to get users to snuggle up to some of their bundles. According to the company's press release, you'll receive gift-cards for service ranging from $25-$75, depending on what additional services (DirecTV, Cingular wireless phone service, etc.) you sign up for.6 comments
Connexion Changes Pricing
For whatever good that does U.S. travelers
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Shaw Launches VoIP in Vancouver
Fifth market goes live
Posted 2006-01-11 09:50:25
Shaw has launched VoIP service in Vancouver, Western Canada's biggest local telephone market, reports the Vancouver Sun. Vancouver is the fifth market to see Shaw's $55 (unbundled) voice service, which has some 56,000 subscribers total.11 comments
Rogers: Get Less, Pay More
Bit Torrent throttled, Usenet yanked, prices hiked
Posted 2006-01-11 09:37:10
Not a great few months for subscribers of Canada's Rogers cable broadband service. Customers first learned that free Usenet access was to be pulled under the rather lame guise of fighting child pornography. Meanwhile, our forum users have been complaining since December that the company has decided to throttle all Bit Torrent traffic. Now that users are actually getting less service for their dollar, the company is apparently considering a series of rate hikes for both television and broadband service.34 comments
Lompoc Broadband Launch Delayed
Testing finds trouble with Wi-Fi network
Posted 2006-01-11 09:18:23
A city-wide wireless network that was supposed to go live in Lompoc, California on January 17 has been postponed indefinitely, after the city didn't see the kind of network performance they expected during testing. As we've noted, the city was also considering deploying its own fiber for a triple-play system. story continues..7 comments
Morning Broadband Bytes
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No Constitutional Right to Spam
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Not only did the Can Spam Act have a minimal impact on spam, at least one operation tried to use the law to argue they had a constitutional right to spam. Dating service spammers Buffalo Ventures sued the University of Texas for "violating their constitutional rights", after the University filtered the company's spam, which the company claims adhered to all aspects of the federal law. story continues..35 comments
Gigabit Speeds Via BPL & White LEDs
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Posted 2006-01-10 17:52:05
Penn State engineers have shown that a white-LED system for lighting and high data-rate indoor wireless communications, coupled with broadband over power-lines (BPL), can offer transmission capacities that "exceed DSL or cable and are more secure than RF", claims this University press release. The report claims the system could theoretically deliver wireless bit rates of a gigabit per second. story continues..25 comments
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Now some details are starting to emerge, and it it appears his plan it to spend a cool billion in conjunction with DirecTV to start a wireless broadband ISP, reports Bloomberg News. No hard details about what technology the companies will use, but it appears as if Wimax will be the front-runner - recall DirecTV executive comments from last August. story continues..40 comments
1-2k US IPv6 Users
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Posted on 2006-01-10 12:27:34
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Google Video Store
Lacking that old Google magic?
Posted on 2006-01-10 11:06:00
Google yesterday launched Google Video, which sells a fairly slim collection of video content for broadband users. The launch came with some complaints surrounding the Google DRM being used, because it doesn't allow device transfers, requires you to be online to watch your video, and lacks Mac support. story continues..24 comments
Comcast Readies VoIP Invasion
2006 Should see a million more VoIP customers
Posted on 2006-01-10 10:25:27
Comcast added 202,000 VoIP customers in 2005, and expects to add 1 million more in 2006, according to company chairman and CEO Brian Roberts. The company has been planning a massive ad-blitz for this year, and plans for full 35-state deployment by the end of this year. story continues..41 comments
Please Wire Us, Verizon
Towns circulate petitions to get DSL
Posted on 2006-01-10 09:52:21
Local Maine paper the Times Record explores how local Maine residents are starting petitions, trying to get Verizon to wire their neck of the woods with DSL service. Good luck, writes in Aron Goldman, Shutesbury-Leverett Broadband Committee chair, whose town's fight to get Verizon's attention we recently profiled. story continues..32 comments
Siemens IPTV in Maine
Via FTTH ISP Oxford Networks
Posted on 2006-01-10 09:19:32
As we've discussed, Microsoft has essentially locked up a significant chunk of the world's residential IPTV market by striking deals with major telcos worldwide (Bell Canada, SBC (AT&T), British Telecom, Reliance Infocomm, Swisscom, Telecom Italia, BellSouth, and Verizon), while Siemens sits and waits, hoping Microsoft fails. Siemens meanwhile says they've launched IPTV service in Maine, via Oxford Networks. story continues..8 comments
Morning Broadband Bytes
1) Get Coffee 2) Read Morning Broadband Bytes 3) Start Day
Posted on 2006-01-10 05:26:40
Around the Industry:
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Sprint service knocked out:
A cut fiber-optic cable knocked out Sprint Nextel Corp. story continues..13 comments
2006-01-09 Will FCC Stop Telco Two Tiered Internet Plan?
Regulation wary, telco friendly FCC will need to pick a side
Posted on 2006-01-09 18:40:14
Both the Register and Internet News claim the FCC is concerned with telco plans to de-prioritize or block competing traffic. The Register proclaims that "the FCC looks ready to challenge the telcos on this front," and Internet News hints that FCC chief Martin is "concerned" and "worried" about the two-tier bandwidth service proposal recently discussed. story continues..31 comments
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