ADSL in UK finally !
joe at pavilion.net
Sun May 7 12:28:43 BST 2000
On Sat, May 06, 2000 at 12:35:32AM +0100, Brian Somers wrote:
> > "alex at frustum.clara.co.uk" <alex at frustum.clara.co.uk> wrote:
> > > > And the fact that you can't run "servers" i.e. any open TCP sockets.
> > > > So apart from not having a local Apache, no ftp, no smtp, no telnet,
> > > > no ssh, ...
> > And this is simply because (in the consumer version at least) BT's
> > implementation uses NAT. I don't know if any of the business
> > solutions differ.
> That'll be popular with the gamers :-/
Erp, that won't work with that Microsoft multiuser dungeon game
that I've temporarily forgotten the name of... :) [Asher's call].
It sends UDP packets from several ports on several machines to a
single UDP port on the local machine, and needs a 'nat port' override
for it to work - I couldn't believe it, they reckon'd that they
had over 61000 users on last night!
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