Fergal Daly wrote:
>> Sounds to me like ACC's version of NAT was a bit crap and only handled 1
> host, so when they figured out how to do more than 1 they called it something
> else so they could charge for an upgrade,
>Thanks Fergal, this sounds like the perfect explanation to me.
"make them think they are getting something new and innovative....
market it well and charge them for the upgrade"
I wonder where ACC learned that...
Sounds like some other large companies we know.
(Actually sounds like EVERY large company I know)
Regards to all for the info (re-education)
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