Current IPv6 state of US Mobile Phone Carriers
mohta at necom830.hpcl.titech.ac.jp
Fri May 25 23:19:18 UTC 2012
valdis.kletnieks at vt.edu wrote:
>> An IPv4 home address may be shared by many mobile
>> terminals distinguished by port numbers, which is
>> why IPv6 is not necessary.
> An IPv4 address can also be shared by many mobile terminals
> distinguished by AOL userids. How did that work out?
The point is that all the transport layer protocol have port
So, if you have a stable IP address and, say, 256 stable port
numbers, your mobile device running applications as a server,
can be reached by the port number, distinguished from other
mobile devices sharing the IP address.
Such a service might cost $10 a month or Gree might offer
it free of charge.
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