>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.
Or, better yet, the provider can let you use one of their #s, rather
than you registering your own net & taking up a whole class C.
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