Private address and static IP as an commercial offer.
Alex French afrench at vianetworks.com
Tue Jun 19 14:05:13 CEST 2001
At 08:48 18/06/2001, Randy Bush wrote: > > The policy is "tell people that NAT exists, explain to them what the > > benefits are > >what benefits are there? In practice, a major benefit to using NAT is that it doesn't require the co-operation of either the ISP or the registry. For many small/medium enterprises, the turnaround time and extra form filling to obtain an assignment aren't worth it, especially when combined with the other benefits to NAT mentioned here. Alex.
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