From: "Peter Deutsch" <pdeutsch(_at_)earthlink(_dot_)net>
And if your objection to NATs ended there, I wouldn't have a problem
with it. But instead of then working to change the protocols that break
with NATs, you continue to insist, Canute-like, that you can turn back
the tides and move the world back to a pre-NAT world.
The protocols that break in the presence of NATs are not
illegitimate, badly-designed protocols. Simplicity is good,
but sometimes complex problems really do call for complex
solutions. Aside from that, consider the problem of running
I'm very comfortable with identifying NAT as a problem. I'm
far less comfortable with the "STOP BREAKING MY INTERNET" thing.