Allocations for "always-on" ISPs
Neil J. McRae neil at COLT.NET
Thu Dec 7 12:32:36 CET 2000
> More like an uninvited guest, I would say. NAT severely restricts the > range of services you can offer and will give you problems in the > future. Perhaps you could expand on what NAT restricts and why it will give you problems? Regards, Neil.
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