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Comment Re:Nobody cares. (Score 1) 717

Nobody cares and there's no reason to care. ISPs should implement Carrier NAT at the ISP, and charge extra for public IPs. Once ARIN gets a market going for IP addresses, there will be incentives to clean up and resell address space.

Name a mainstream application that doesn't work behind NAT these days...they don't exist. As a carrot, ISPs can hand out global IPv6 addresses to promote P2P v6 clients etc to keep that ball rolling, but there's really no rush.

Comment Re:Well the only fool proof way... (Score 1) 491

Actually tshark is the command line version of wireshark, and it is the first tool I reach for unless I need some capabilities of tcpdump. Tshark will give you a lot more information and protocol decoding that is very useful for troubleshooting application layer protocol issues without the need for loading wireshark.

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