Researching de-listing

ScratchMonkey ScratchMonkey at
Sun Jul 10 09:26:11 EDT 2005

With email spam blacklists, there's normally some web page that explains 
why one's mail server is listed in the blacklist. How would one determine 
why one's BF2 server isn't listed by the master server? My server 
(currently named "(MA) Linux", joinable by JoinIP to 
"") isn't doing anything questionable. At one point I'd 
named it "Battlecrack" after the game's addictiveness (a nod to the name 
"Evercrack" used by Everquest fans) and I'm wondering if someone decided 
that meant it was "cracked". There's no firewall or NAT and all ports are 
open, and I can see master server packets going back and forth. I'm able to 
get it listed on ASE using the Add Server function.

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