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How not to get a protocol implementation merged

How not to get a protocol implementation merged

Posted Jan 20, 2011 11:11 UTC (Thu) by foom (subscriber, #14868)
In reply to: How not to get a protocol implementation merged by ericc72
Parent article: How not to get a protocol implementation merged

Well, T-mobile USA, at least, doesn't use official private addresses, because they would conflict with the addresses on users' network's when people are connected via cell and via Wifi. T-mobile instead uses (unrouteable, NATed) addresses in the 25.* network, which is assigned to the UK Ministry of defense. But yes, they don't have to worry about running out of addresses at least...


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