But what do U say about people using it at home ....SOHO
if people understand that NATs allow them to run web and mail
clients from multiple machines but prevent them from running
most other apps, then I don't have any problem with it.
again, the problem isn't that NATs exist, but that people
are misled about the harm that they do - to the point that
if an application won't work over NAT, folks blame the application.
IPV6 is running away from current problem .... not the solution ......
no, I don't think so.
the only way to solve the NAT problems is to provide better ways
of doing things that NATs purport to do, while at the same time
not causing the damage that NATs cause. in particular,
1 provide an end-to-end global address space
2 provide better mechanisms for security/policy enforcement than those
based on patterns of address bits
3 make it as easy to plug a network into the Internet as it is to
plug in a host
4 minimize the burden of renumbering
IPv6 is attempting to do all of these except #2.