On 02/02/2011 10:24 p.m., Fernando Gont wrote:
On 2/2/2011 5:04 PM, Fernando Gont wrote:
At the least, it's worth noting that geolocation is already broken by
tunnels, and that IP addressing does not ensure geographic proximity
before attributing breakage on NATs or other sharing.
Tunnels need not break geo-location. -- They do not masquerade the
source address. Or am I missing something?
When I tunnel using an ISI address, whomever sees my address thinks I'm
And one might argue that, in this type of scenario, this "breakeage" of
geo-location might, in some cases, be desirable.
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