Andrew McGregor writes:
Not if you don't live in the US. There are no options here that are
at all cheap. Usually you get a flat "we don't do that". And they
don't do v6 either.
And people wonder why NATs proliferate... much of the world has no
option but to live with them. This is a direct result of policy
discouraging IPv4 address allocation.
And a rather skewed allocation of address space, more evidence of
engineers not knowing what they are doing.
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