> However, since the proxy application must be taught each application,
> it may be very limited in the number of users it can support.
> Clearly, new applications may not be introduced to the LAN users on a
> timely basis.
> By contrast, Instant Internet allows IPX workstations on your local
> LAN running IP to access the Internet without any IP traffic traveling
> between the Internet and the local IP LAN.
1. It's running its own proxies, with all the disadvantages
2. It's tunneling IP over IPX. This is exactly equivalent to
giving each user a modem and a SLIP connection, no? I think
this option has been quite thoroughly discussed in this list.
Is there some "3" I'm missing?