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[rpd] Re: Factors affecting in-region utilization - way forward?

Mark Tinka mark.tinka at
Sun Jul 20 16:01:08 UTC 2014

On Saturday, July 19, 2014 04:24:00 PM Kofi ansa akufo 

> If an institution should go for such a service they
> should not expect a /24 IPv4 or higher to be assigned to
> them.

I don't believe in promoting old stereotypic situations, 
even though they may be typical.

Things are changing a lot faster than we've been accustomed 
to, and our industry has suffered a great deal because we 
like to keep things the way they've always been.

> Lesson: most internet users are only concerned about
> being connected and how fast their internet connection
> is. Only a few care to know whether they are NATed or
> have a direct transparent IP connection. This is
> universal.

What is interesting is that NAT has the potential to slow 
down your performance, as you scale up bandwidth.

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