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Re: Resolver problems
On Fri, Dec 04, 2009 at 12:09:13AM +0100, Zafer AydoÄan wrote:
> > It might cause new problems where IPv6 connectivity works better
> > than IPv4 e.g. because a NAT device on the network path is the bootleneck.
> > And yes, I have seen this situation where P2P users filled up the
> > routers NAT connection table.
> Todays IPv6 is just a joke.
Maybe your ISP doesn't support it properly, mine does. And it works
well enough to carry most of e-mail (including yours), the DNS request
to my ISP's resolvers and a lot of other network traffic. Not to
mention my internal network where things like SMTP, IMAP, LDAP
or proxy connections all use IPv6.
> And full nat tables are so 1999.
That was before P2P protocols.
> Come on. Upgrade your router.
This was last year, and the router was a powerful PC running NetBSD.
But IPFilter still has a fixed size NAT table which a few "dedicated"
users can easily fill up. I don't want better NAT, I want get rid of it.
And with all those spying and filtering deep packet inspection appliances
out there I'm very happy to use a protocol that they don't support.
Matthias Scheler http://zhadum.org.uk/
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