[p2p-hackers] NATs reconfiguring IPs and Port Numbers

googaya googaya at gmail.com
Fri Mar 3 12:33:55 UTC 2006


Eugen Leitl wrote:

>On Thu, Mar 02, 2006 at 02:54:07PM -0800, Eric Hopper wrote:
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>>I think though that consumer level NAT hardware might have some sort of
>>limit on the number of mappings it can keep in memory and apply to
>>packets though.
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>Most consumer NAT implementations are indeed buggy and limited (P2P
>crashing consumer firewalls is well-documented), which is the main 
>reason I've moved to a m0n0wall on a WRAP.
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Good point we have found excellent success using OpenVPN and can connect
to an Asterisk/OpenSER with
no problems no matter the location, Enterprise, Hotels/Motels,
Starbucks, etc...
-E
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