Subject: Re: IPv6 Comment
To: Feico Dillema <>
From: Jared D. McNeill <>
List: current-users
Date: 09/04/2000 17:45:57
On Mon, 4 Sep 2000, Feico Dillema wrote:
> I am currently assisting as a consultant setting up a broadband ISP
> (24 hour bi-directional 10Mbs and maybe 100Mbs or more in the far future, 
> i.e.  a few years from now, so no pathetic ADSL or shared-bandwidth
> Cable ;), requiring basically all the bandwidth current and future
> technology can provide in its core network. NAT a feasible option in
> such a network? NATPT? I don't think so. Why? Simply, because Cisco
> (or any for that matter) doesn't sell equipment that can do such a
> thing at multi-Gbs speed. And even if they did it would be
> outragiously expensive. And this type of network is growing at an

I'm using a similar service (24 hr bi-directional 10mbps), and my ISP uses
NAT. Everything's working fine, and the speeds are great.