On Thursday, March 21, 2002, at 06:15 PM, gds(_at_)best(_dot_)com wrote:
Of course, there is the possibility that if they were totally honest,
and marketed their devices as "Enabling appliances for selected Internet
services" that they'd STILL make money (and then you'd have no one to
Please read the warning below and keep NAT products away from kids and
children who are not old enough to understand the risks of network
"INTERNET ARCHITECTURE BOARD WARNING: Using Network Address
Translators Causes Loss of Routing Transparency and may Complicate
Application Protocol Interoperability in the Internet."
j h woodyatt <jhw(_at_)wetware(_dot_)com>
"please network responsibly."