Privacy and Legal
These Terms of Service constitute the agreement between Ringo and the user of Ringo’s communications services and any related products or services. This agreement governs both our service and any Ringo-approved or Ringo-provided devices used with our service. It applies to all lines on each Ringo account. By subscribing to or using our service, you agree to these Terms of Service
B .Anti-Spyware Policy
Ringo believes that Spyware is a threat to consumer privacy and a consumer’s experience online. Therefore, we forbid any Ringo employee, agent, partner, affiliate or contractor from intentionally deploying or using Spyware (as defined in this policy) on behalf of Ringo . Spyware refers to any executable software application that is installed on a user’s personal computer and covertly gathers and transmits info through the user’s Internet connection without the knowledge or consent of the user. Cookies and web beacons are not considered Spyware. Spyware may gather info, such as e-mail addresses and credit card information, and may even alter personal computer settings. Intentional use of Spyware by any Ringo employee, agent, partner or affiliate on Ringo’s behalf will not be tolerated and will be considered grounds for dismissal, contract termination and/or loss of payment..
C.Use of Information?
Ringo will use customer info to market products and services to Customers and Visitors that Ringo believes may be of interest to them, (2) to provide services and products requested by Customers and Visitors and (3) to enable its vendors and contractors to provide and assist Ringo in the marketing and provision of such services and products to Ringo, Customers or Visitors. However, we will not share your credit card information with any third parties unless they are involved in processing payments for services that you have purchased from Ringo. Ringo only works with partners whom we believe maintain high standards with respect to privacy and consumer rights. Ringo may also use and disclose customer info to investigate and help prevent potentially unlawful activity or activities that threaten the integrity of our service or network, to investigate fraud or violations of our Terms of Service..
Ringo has invested and deployed a wide variety of technology and security features to make reasonable efforts to ensure the privacy of information on its network. In addition, Ringo has implemented operations guidelines to ensure Customer and Visitor privacy is safeguarded at every level of its organization. Ringo will continue to revise policies and implement additional security features as new technologies become available. However, no system or service can give a 100% guaranty of security, especially a service that relies upon the public Internet. Therefore, you acknowledge the risk that third parties may gain unauthorized access to your information when using our services.
Ringo will not read, listen to or disclose to any third parties private e-mail, conversations, or other communications that are transmitted using Ringo services except as required to ensure proper operation of services or as otherwise authorized by law. You should be aware that any PII which you voluntarily include and transmit through publicly accessible forums (i.e., such as chat rooms, blogs, instant messages, listservs) may be viewed and used by anyone with access to such forums. Ringo is unable to control such uses of your PII, and by using such services you assume the risk that the PII provided by you may be viewed and used by third parties..
Subject to certain security requirements, Ringo will do its best to honor requests from Customers for account information, for example, name, address, company, or billing information. The Customer is responsible for ensuring that the information on file with Ringo is current and accurate.We Reserve right to request for verification . Failure to provide same may result in account suspension , Refunds after Applicable charges plus a minimum charge of $ 3 will be made in that case on request from customer.
Ringo Spam Policy
Ringo has zero tolerance for spam. Spam complaints will be dealt with seriously and can result in losing Ringo privileges such as loss of referral credits and even loss of a customer’s account..
Third Party Web Sites and Services
Ringo refunds unused credit in account on user request . Kindly note if you are on monthly plan , or purchased a product with monthly rental there are No Refunds. Services are provided as informed on website..
Changes to policy
We reserve the right, at our discretion, to change, modify, add, or remove portions from this policy at any time by posting such changes here. You should review this policy regularly for changes, and can easily see if changes have been made by checking the Effective Date below. However, if at any time in the future we plan to use PII in a way that differs from this policy, we will post such changes here and provide you the opportunity to opt-out of such differing uses. Your continued use following the posting of any changes to this policy means you accept such changes. .”
Terms of Service
You may use our service and your device only for lawful, proper and appropriate purposes. You may not use our service or your device in any way that is illegal, improper or inappropriate. Ringo may monitor the use of our service for violations of this agreement. Ringo may remove or block all communications if Ringo suspects a violation of this agreement, or if Ringo thinks it necessary in order to protect its service, or Ringo, its parent, affiliates, directors, officers, agents, and employees from harm..
Traditional or Outbound NAT
Whenever an internal host initiates a communication with an external host, the NAT device allocates an external IP address for that host. The NAT modifies the source address for the outgoing packets and the destination address for the incoming packets.This type of NAT has a limit on the number of internal hosts that can simultaneously access the external networks. For example, if 10 external (public) address are available and configured in the NAT, there will be a limit of 10 internal hosts that will be able to simultaneously communicate with the external (public) network. Network Address Port Translation (NAPT or PAT) Network Address Port Translation (NAPT) is referred to as Port Address Translation (PAT) in Cisco documentation. In this configuration, a number of internal hosts can use the same external IP address. Whenever an internal host initiates a communication with an external host, the NAPT device modifies the source address and source port number for the outgoing packets. In doing so, the outgoing communications can be multiplexed through the same external source IP address.By allocating multiple internal hosts to the same external IP address,this type of NAT makes an efficient use of external IP address.
There are advantages and drawbacks to consider when implementing. NAT is a stateful device that maintains the state of every connection that requires address translation. This property can be a weakness since the NAT device becomes a single point of failure. Some application protocols that embed IP addresses inside the application data will not work with NAT, unless that protocol is specifically supported by the NAT. NAT often increases the complexity of network debugging tasks, such as logging records that may contain translated addresses.Also, access control based on the source IP address breaks when a NAT is used. This is especially true when NAPT is used because many hosts will share the same IP source address assigned by the NAPT device. Note also that IPSec cannot be used through NAT.These topics are covered in more detail in Chapter 3, “Network Address Translation (NAT).”