[nznog] Web Servers: Dual-homing or DNAT/Port Forwarding?

Geraint Jones geraint at koding.com
Wed Dec 11 01:05:30 UTC 2013


On 11/12/13 1:47 pm, "Larry Sheldon" <LarrySheldon at cox.net> wrote:


>On 12/10/2013 4:30 PM, Geraint Jones wrote:
>
>>>> Number 1 gets you thinking along the IPv6 route (no pun, and imho :) )
>>>> since you have to treat each boxes as if it was public.
>>>
>>> I see this kind of statement surprisingly often. Having a public
>>>address
>>> doesn't make a device public.
>>
>> Yes it does,
>
>Glad to hear that. We (the family, 8 of us, and the 4 dogs will be
>arriving at your house, with its public address, in time for your
>Christmas dinner and we will be staying at least through your New Years
>eve party--maybe longer depending on the weather here.

I think your dogs may struggle with NZ customs.

>
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