Looking for an IPv6 naysayer...
gbonser at seven.com
Sat Feb 12 03:08:10 CST 2011
> When I switched to ADSL I'm pretty sure I was offered the choice of a
> single public IP address on the outside of my router, or a /29 public
> range for my home network (and presumably also a public address for
> external interface of my router). I chose the former and don't regret
> having done so. I can do a mixture of static and dynamic NAT to allow
> things from the outside into particular internal hosts if I want do.
> This was in 2005, and I can very well believe this choice was not
> available some time later.
I had a similar setup at one time, I believe it was from Speakeasy but I
can't remember, might have been a Covad beta with another provider that
my late wife was working for when ADSL was brand new. Not saying it
can't be or isn't done; just that for the vast majority (probably
something like 90% or more) it isn't.
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