few days ago I signed up for sixXS ipv6 tunnel broker and they seems like providing good service for free. I really cant complain because its free service but there are things needs to be complained even its free service. I know sixXS is not a scam and people are using it.
I filled their signup form and submitted. I know its essential to review provided details because spammers and hackers can use it mostly because of its free service. And about a day after signing up I have received a email telling im not accepted because my ip is blacklisted on some kind of service called CBL (composite Blocking list)
Im using DSL service to get in to internet and my service provider provides dynamic ips to users which changes every time we restart our computer/router or every 6 hours or so. Getting static ip costs here too much and no major advantages of using static ip with my connection. So at the time I submitted the signup forum my dynamic ip was blacklisted for some reason. It might be because of some kind of abuser on the network on of ISP or mistake of CBL . And the email from sixxs they clearly stated that if this is a mistake contact us explaining the issue.
So I have replied to that mail regarding that my ip is dynamic and Its not my mistake to be blacklisted.
And the funny thing starts now. They have viewed my email and now they are telling that ,
Please complain to your ISP that abuse of other users, which they are
not handling is causing you to be not accepted.
So isn’t that funny? They didnt even told me that complain to ISP about this issue. And who the hell of ISP will spend time removing blacklisted ips from fancy CBL thing?
And I can see that CBL is not even accurate and now its telling that that blacklisted ip is not blacklisted now
So I think its better to use Hurricane Electrics Tunnel broker than messing up with these fancy providers!
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