Georgia Business Net's Network Practice Disclosure
All Internet service providers are required to post information regarding various issues so that business leaders can make informed choices about choosing an Internet service provider. This statement contains information regarding our services and in compliance with the FCC's rules. The policies contained herein serve as a supplement to the existing terms of service.
GABN does not block or limit any applications or protocols except port 25 (SMTP) to/from the Internet at large for dynamic IP end-users for anti-spam and security purposes. Any other fire-walling is at the customer's request.
GABN engages in network monitoring to detect potential intrusion and denial of service attacks. Additionally, end-users whose systems are compromised and which are sourcing malicious traffic may be contacted or suspended until the system is secured. We may block traffic to or from customers when a denial of service attack is in progress, and when such traffic is impacting network elements shared by other customers.
Client browsing information is not stored. Network traffic management practices are limited to protocol analysis to enforce network security, and to plan for transit capacity and peering arrangements. Any traffic information is not provided to third parties.
Please contact us at support “at” gabn.net email address if you have any concerns.
Updated 6/29/2015Georgia Business Net, Inc.