On Thu, 13 Sep 2001 James.Chambers at irishlife.ie wrote:
> I remember reading somewhere, what would happen if an ISP started giving out
> the IP address for internal networks and used NAT. since Eircom have really
> messed up the ADSL thing, Just thought they could do something like it. It
> was just something I was thinking about.
in such a case, yes, you might want to do that.
however, in such a case, the IPs assigned to you are basically
worthless - and you should be able to get as many as you want. If they
want you to pay for extra private IPs, that would be laughable.
(also, is NAT as the ISP scale scaleable?)
> Thanks for the answers
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