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broquea

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Re: shared IP
« Reply #15 on: October 31, 2010, 11:52:46 PM »

Yeh.  He'd obviously have to delete his current tunnel and create a new one on another server...

Except in this case I believe he said that someone else created the tunnel, while they are all behind some giant NAT. So there is no way for him to delete a tunnel not associated with his account.

A "feature" of CGN many more people can look forward to :(
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Re: shared IP
« Reply #16 on: November 01, 2010, 01:06:45 AM »

Yeh.  He'd obviously have to delete his current tunnel and create a new one on another server...

Except in this case I believe he said that someone else created the tunnel, while they are all behind some giant NAT. So there is no way for him to delete a tunnel not associated with his account.

A "feature" of CGN many more people can look forward to :(
Oh yeh I didn't think of that.  But of course that presumes that other person is talking to HE and not just doing 6in4 or 6to4 to wherever.  But if the other is, well I guess he's screwed.  And that would seem to be the case unless the NAT isn't considering the destination, in which case, he's still screwed.  :P  

And yeh, CGNs/LSNs will be fun.  One of the reasons I hope router/fw mfgs will better support 6in4 through NAT, sort of like most already do for PPTP through NAT.
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