Pretty much any of the large providers that only provide
10/8 addresses to their custommers...
I believe AOL for one does this and it wouldn't surprise me if
most of the large cable providers do something silly like this
at the low end (You can always pay more for a real IP address)
On Fri, Apr 05, 2002 at 02:25:49PM -0500, John Stracke wrote:
Also, I think it would be helpful to know how commonly twice-NAT is
deployed, but I don't have any data there.
I believe (at least) twice-NAT is fairly common. I have a NATting router
between by cable access modem and my home's local area network, and my
cable access provider has a NATting router between the cable access
network and the public internet.
What cable provider is this, so that we can avoid them?
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