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Thanks for the info Mac. First, I'm not that concerned about the CPE utility working. That's one reason I like the static IP setup - I know what user has what IP and how to get to their CPE. For the VLAN switch (that I'm not familiar with at all) can you tell me how this would work on a
Given what the article cites I don't see it being a severe burden on a small ISP. All that I see mentioned in the article is the ability to track what IP belongs to what customer over a period of time. If you can't track that on your network, how do you manage to troubleshoot problems or
wrong, every person has the right to be assumed innocent until proven guilty. To all, As a police officer, i need a wiretap on a phone line, because i believe the person using that ph. line is doing something illegal. When i get that permission from the judicial authority i may start tracking
As usual, Scriv has defined this well. I always want to tell BB to take a long walk on a short dock. However, This is an important issue, public addresses, private uses. Well said Scriv.Ron Wallace Hahnron, Inc. 220 S. Jackson Dt. Addison, MI 49220 Phone: (517)547-8410 Mobile: (517)605-4542
It's not about tracking what IP belongs to what customer. It's about logging ALL connections, possibly even content. - Original Message - From: Sam Tetherow [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: WISPA General List email@example.com Sent: Wednesday, August 23, 2006 12:18 PM Subject: Re: [WISPA] WHY?
Travis, my network has no such central point. There is no point where my traffic passes through or can be mirrored to a single point at a building. In less than a year, it will all be dynamically routed via BGP, through physically diverse locations and providers, and again, traffic from the