Denial of service attacks apparently from UUNET Netblocks

> I would not be surprised if the caller's phone number were logged, most
> modern modem banks talk ANIS and DNIS, which if I'm remembering correctly
> is basically caller ID.
> doesn't seem to be an extra charge to get the data from the telco.

ANI. Actually, it's commonly CNID, which is slightly more useful.

Just want to make sure all parties here do not think ANI == CNID.
They are different critters. You get CNID usually. Real time
ANI is available on 800 trunks, but at a cost.