Net Neutrality Legislative Proposal
fw at deneb.enyo.de
Tue Jul 11 16:34:55 UTC 2006
> I disagree with your statement on NAT end-points not being "publicly
> accessible" -- that's certainly not true, and a myth that needs to be
> finally killed.
>From a security point of view, they are still accessible. From an
operational point of view, they are not, at least not on the original
IP layer, and if you aren't using 1:1 NAT.
Nevertheless, I think that the "publicly accessible" criterion is
flawed because it is too murky. But something similar is necessary to
implement the corporate networks exception.
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