quietly....

Roland Perry lists at internetpolicyagency.com
Wed Feb 2 15:37:01 CST 2011


In article <EFC767DA-2CBB-4094-B8D2-553E9EAA2990 at sackheads.org>, John 
Payne <john at sackheads.org> writes

>NAT provides a solution to, lets call it, enterprise multihoming.
>Remote office with a local Internet connection, but failover through
>the corporate network.

And for home (/homeworker) networks ... eg I have a NAT box with a 
default connection to my ADSL provider and an automatic failover to 3G 
(completely separate supplier).

Almost everything inside my network doesn't notice when it switches 
over.

Now, if only I could get it to automatically revert to ADSL when it 
reappears - I wouldn't have to worry so much about the 3G bill.

-- 
Roland Perry
Nottingham, UK




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