Re: P2P's essense - was FoRK This Action!! (P2P's Dark Side)

From: Eugene Leitl (
Date: Mon Mar 05 2001 - 06:12:07 PST

On Sun, 4 Mar 2001, Adam L. Beberg wrote:

> Hint: enough people demand (and pay for) static IP's that we run out,
> forcing the IPv6 issue, then we have enough addresses, and having a static
> IP just becomes normal, forcing costs down, then client+server just becomes

You don't need a static IP to serve content. In fact occasionally changing
IPs plus crypto will make traffic capture and analysis somewhat more

> the universal norm again. Opps, did I mention paying, well that plan will
> never work will it, odds are we'll just build more layers of NAT until the
> internet is completely useless.

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