On Sat, Nov 10, 2001 at 06:16:34PM +0000, Petra wrote:
> The question is, if I-stream solo is only supposed to allow a single PC
> internet access,
> is there any way that Eircom can detect that you have a NAT box
> connected to the modem)
not as far as i know. as long as the box you hook up to the adsl modem
uses two interfaces, it shouldn't be detected.
i know that with cable modems some people hooked up the cable modem and
all of the pc's in the house to a single hub. the pc that was authorised
to connect had two ip addresses assigned to it's ethernet interface -
the local one and the dhcp fetched one. i think due to a misconfig on
some of the user's part the cable company was able to detect that setup.
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