> > Could you give more detail. I'm honestly curious about this.
>> NAT can be a pain in the backside. try debugging network problems when
> there's a NAT machine in the middle. (now was that /my/ packet?
Sorry, I know about the tech side of NAT. I meant detail about what
type of companies can't get away with using NAT. More precisely,
how would you know if you needed lots of IP addresses of if you
could simply get away with using NAT?
> ok... i've got a web server running on my desktop,
> dunlop.dub.ie.alphyra.com. connect to it. (ok you cant resolve the
> adderss, but even you could, it wouldnt help).
> so when everyone is using IPv6, they should still use NAT?
I think that a certain amount of people will. Colm Buckley
presented a good argument why earlier on.
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