Ip listed in Spamhaus list

Hi,
I have a vps server with 2 IP
onece one ip was listed in spamhaus database, and i have removed that one.
but today, i was checking with another Ip,
and its listed aswell!! but todays one is different, its seems to saying, the full subnet is listed

Ref: SBL68923
78.110.172.0/24 is listed on the Spamhaus Block List (SBL)

i have attached the link aswell.
http://www.spamhaus.org/sbl/sbl.lasso?query=SBL68923

what does it mean ?? does it mean, my Ip or the full subnet is blocked

please advise me.
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TintinCommented:
What IP addresses does your VPS server have?

The /24 means a full class C address range (254 IP addresses) is listed.

Note that spamhaus does NOT block anything.  It is a list that servers can reference (mostly for mail) to decide whether they accept/reject mail coming from the listed sites.

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fosiul01Author Commented:
yes , my Ip is 78.110.172.135

Before i had the same problem with another IP , and at that time, spamhouse was saying that MY Ip is in sbl list , and yahoo , hotmail was not accepting my iP
so i had to fix the problem

but this time, its like full class is listed.

so who would be responsible for removing the ip, I dont think its me, its vps provider , is not it ??
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TintinCommented:
Ultimately, your service provider is responsible for the offenders in your IP address block as they will be contravening your service provider's terms of service (TOS).

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