|Network Management Policy|
The purpose of the Beacon 2.0 Network Management Policy is to define the set of practices by
which the Beacon 2.0 bandwidth and traffic is allowed and enforced.
The OSHEAN Internet service is based on best-effort delivery. OSHEAN does not use any
mechanisms to allocate bandwidth preferentially to any specific class of users, applications,
providers, or sources. Users, peers, and providers are limited only by the physical or contractual
bandwidth limitations of their connection to the network. Except for enforcing contracted
bandwidth limits, OSHEAN does not limit bandwidth usage by its users, peers, or providers via
mechanisms such as rate limiting or policing.
OSHEAN does not restrict user's access to specific content, block the use of specific applications,
or limit the type of devices that can be used to access the network. However, OSHEAN will block
any traffic destined for its infrastructure by unauthorized sources and will take the appropriate
action to either block or limit traffic that transits its network if, by OSHEAN's determination, that
traffic is harmful to the recipient. OSHEAN will cooperate with law enforcement if notified of
harmful or illegal traffic transiting its network