Judging by the wording in their e-mail this is either a no-go or a shorterm solution as they will eventually disconnect the server.
On Sat, 19 Feb 2011 01:14:39 -0500, Griffin Boyce wrote:
That seems fairly reasonable, but Im curious as to how they define "repeated abuses." Seems like it may not be a great fit for Tor exit nodes, but could be wrong. ~Griffin On Fri, Feb 18, 2011 at 11:01 PM, Moritz Bartl wrote:-------- Original Message -------- Subject: Re: [#266369] 1Gbit Hosting in EU Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2011 21:51:32 -0600 From: support@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx  Hello Moritz, We cannot provide you SWIP as we already use RWHOIS, so that means that most abuse reports will continue be sent to our abuse e-mail. We actually have no problem with that, as we automatically forward them to our downstream clients, as long as abuse reports are *properly* handled and there are no repeated abuses. We do not restrict or forbid any specific type of legit services, as long as our AUP/TOS is not violated. However, you may be interested about the following since you expect abuse reports: - Abuse reports should be handled within 24 hours, providing us detailed information of the actions youve taken to stop abuse and avoid re-occurrence. - Our AUP/TOS, that you agree during signup, clearly states responsibilities (TOS section #16). In short, youre full responsible for any content hosted on your server or traffic passed through your server, so any claims for lack of responsibility will not be accepted and will be subject of service disconnection due to mishandled abuse report. - Template responses are not really appreciated, we need you to take real actions and stop abuses - Repeated abuses may result to service suspension / termination Please keep us informed if you have any further questions. Thank you. -- Network Security Administrator