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Re: Large ISPs doing NAT?
On Thu, 2 May 2002, Joe Abley wrote: > The concern exists regardless of the specifics of the always-on, > cellular packet radio protocols being used, surely? You're right, of course. I was focusing on the wrong thing when I replied. > > [GSM coverage is patchy in the US] > > It's prevalent elsewhere. I'd be surprised if there aren't more GSM > subscribers in the world than non-GSM subscribers. GSM is *the* standard in Europe. Australia, Korea, Japan and a couple other Pacific-Rim countries are primarily CDMA. South America is primarily TDMA. Most of the rest of the world is GSM, if I'm not mistaken. -- Steve Sobol, CTO (Server Guru, Network Janitor and Head Geek) JustThe.net LLC, Mentor On The Lake, OH 888.480.4NET http://JustThe.net "The Indians are unfolding into the 2002 season like a lethal lawn chair." (_News-Herald_ Indians Columnist Jim Ingraham, April 11, 2002)