Patrick J. Horgan wrote:
> But if you used one of the subnets reserved for private subnets only, you're
> saying that you're going to keep this subnet private! This implies no inter-
> net access.
Or all packets will go through a proxy service that's dual-homed to
the internal private net, and an external registered 'real' net.
So all the packets from inside wind up getting 'laundered'
through the proxy, and are thus legal.
Which is what the original poster wanted to do, no?
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