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Re: An Internet IPv6 Transition Plan

  • From: Scott Francis
  • Date: Mon Jul 30 13:19:42 2007
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On 7/29/07, Peter Dambier <[email protected]> wrote:

> Ways have been found to drill holes into NAT-routers and firewalls,
> but they are working only as long as it is only you who wants to break
> out of the NAT. As soon as the mainstream has only left rfc 1918 addresses
> p2p will stop.


NAT stops nothing. The concept in the above script (which has been
around for several years) would be trivial for any P2P software to
implement if it detects it is behind a NAT; in fact, this method may
well be in use already.
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