[H-GEN] Testing wireless networking at Humbug meeting

Robert Brockway robert at timetraveller.org
Thu Jan 31 23:54:13 EST 2002

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On Fri, 1 Feb 2002, David Findlay wrote:

> > HI All,
> > 	Consider when a wireless mesh is running and one member then turns
> > up to a Humbug meeting, and logs on through the UQ.  Everyone will then
> > have full Internet access, or am I missing something.
> > 	Legally, then, per the Telecommonications Legislation, I believe,
> > Humbug may be a telecommunications carrier, and need licencing.
> That won't work, because the routing won't know about the route to the 
> network. Secondly mesh is on Ipv6 not v4. It would have to be a deliberate 
> set up to be able to have this problem.

3 words: NAT [1]

[1]  This is 3 words remember :)  You can have it as 2 words if you want:
IP Masquerade.


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