From: Steve Schear (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Mar 03 2000 - 08:14:50 PST
At 11:57 AM 3/3/00 +0800, Enzo Michelangeli wrote:
>There is also an issue of IP addressing. The only broadband (DSL) service
>presently available in Hong Kong multiplexes IP addresses using IP
>masquerading, which is adequate for clients but prevents servers from
>presenting a fixed IP address to the outside world.
For Web servers this can be easily circumvented via a home-redirection
page, hosted at a fixed IP, to the final server who's IP address changes
periodically (e.g., DHCP expiration). The transition between the 'shill'
page and the true home page can be almost invisible. Something similar for
FreeNet should be possible if you have control of the software and protocol.
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