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Re: An Internet IPv6 Transition Plan
Scott Francis wrote:
On 7/29/07, Peter Dambier <[email protected]> wrote:
I have read that is what skype is doing and probably some troyans.
Still you have to "talk" to your NAT-router and the other party has to talk to their NAT-router to make those two NAT-routers talk to each other. When those two router cannot see each other because they too are living behind NAT then you have got a problem.
I guess you can solve it but the number of ports is limited and things get a lot trickier. When you try to get out of the big NAT (china) then the number of available ports versus the number of users who want to get out - is the limit.
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