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Re: Can a customer take IP's with them?
On Wed, 23 Jun 2004 11:53:27 -0400 (EDT) Krzysztof Adamski <email@example.com> wrote: > Since this customer has it's own space now, and as long as it is as large > as the NAC space, they can do a simple 1-to-1 NAT at the border. This > should minimise the hardship to them drastically. er, right. as long as the customer in question never needs to talk to whoever NAC reassigns the space to. i had a customer once who had, for no reason they could ever clearly explain, arbitrarily used ericson's IP space for their own internal network. as long as they didn't need to talk to ericson they were ok (yes, they used NAT at the border, but we needed to see their internal IP address space, which made for some serious annoyance.) richard -- Richard Welty firstname.lastname@example.org Averill Park Networking 518-573-7592 Java, PHP, PostgreSQL, Unix, Linux, IP Network Engineering, Security