[nycphp-talk] [0T] Comcast as ISP -- opinions?

Anthony Wlodarski aw at
Wed Aug 22 09:21:43 EDT 2007

Oh I did that, but then I had to go to managed hosting cause I needed
something dedicated, if it broke hardware wise.

Anthony Wlodarski
Senior Technical Recruiter
Shulman Fleming & Partners
646-285-0500 x230
aw at

-----Original Message-----
From: talk-bounces at [mailto:talk-bounces at] On
Behalf Of David Krings
Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2007 5:41 PM
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Subject: Re: [nycphp-talk] [0T] Comcast as ISP -- opinions?

Anthony Wlodarski wrote:
  > But I have also heard good things about FiOS but make sure your
> neighborhood has access to it.  Also in regards to your friends server 
> David, I tried to do that once with Verizon, they saw the bandwidth 
> traffic and blocked the port 80 incoming requests, that's when I called 
> up and they said I was violating my TOS when I decided to host a web 
> server at a residential IP address.

That is when you change the server over to a different port and use a 
webhop. At least that is how I got it to work...pssssst.

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