FW: Operational challenges of no NAT

Mateusz Pawlowski js at yllq.net
Thu Oct 28 11:30:28 CEST 2010

 On Thu, 28 Oct 2010 00:43:36 -0700, "George Bonser" <gbonser at seven.com> 

>> Understanding is the hard part.  They are "big major internet 
>> portal"

 so you are talking about the likes of twitter, I assume as we had 
 similar request.
 Constructive reasoning had made them accept our /16 as the only IPs 
 they are ever going to see and use.

 If we are going to make up issues, some people will start believing 
 that they are real.
 Going /64 on IPv6 should be a no issue as long as they have personnel 
 which understands the technology.

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