[p2p-hackers] NATs reconfiguring IPs and Port Numbers

Lemon Obrien lemonobrien at yahoo.com
Thu Mar 2 21:45:24 UTC 2006

It seems port numbers change after a certain amount of time due to the local NAT or local ISP, and the peer to peer application has to re-configure itself to find out what its new global address is...and broadcast that to others so they can re-connect; does anyone know what the average time is a port number is good for? I'm getting up to 24 hours testing through Comcast and SBC; but i have to sleep so...i'm not sure on this number.

You don't get no juice unless you squeeze
Lemon Obrien, the Third.
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