Duane wrote:
> Ben Laurie wrote:
>> Duane wrote:
>>> Ben Laurie wrote:
>>>
>>>> This problem does not only affect home users.
>>> Lets face it, most people that would/will be effected won't upgrade
>>> their routers, so that's already a lost cause, anyone that does upgrade
>>> their NAT solution should do a better job of it and it's not really a
>>> DNS issue.

>> Then why are we discussing it?

>
> Beats me, everyone seems rather concerned over an issue that no one
> could fix if they wanted to in any case. That isn't to say that someone
> shouldn't be doing in terms of getting NAT better for in future, but
> existing deployments by and large are never going to be upgraded until
> new hardware is purchased.


Whether that's true or not, isn't it a good idea that the new hardware
actually does the right thing?

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