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Re: Where NAT disenfranchises the end-user ...

  • From: Scott Francis
  • Date: Fri Sep 07 14:55:42 2001

On Fri, Sep 07, 2001 at 02:02:57PM -0400, [email protected] pontificated:
> That's like saying "You're only allowed to direct-dial your phone if
> you know how many volts are between the red and green wires, and what
> it's there for - everybody else has to ask the operator for assistance".
> Cross out "operator" and put in "NAT", and that's your proposal.....

fortunately, we don't need a hyoomun to translate every packet - if we had
s/operator/automated non-human directory assistance/ I'd go along with your
allegory. :)

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