Looking for an IPv6 naysayer...
gbonser at seven.com
Wed Feb 9 23:51:28 CST 2011
> On Wed, 09 Feb 2011 18:47:34 -0500, George Bonser <gbonser at seven.com>
> > In other words, the broadband provider provides a single global IP
> > the "always up" CPE. That CPE does DHCP to user stations and hands
> > 1918 addresses and NATs them to the single global IP.
> Correct. The distinction you seem unware of (or unwilling to accept)
> that the ISP did not assign you a private address. Your CPE did. The
> gave you a single public IPv4 address.
My comment was addressed to a poster from Europe who seemed surprised
that there were home users behind a NAT at all.
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