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NAT is a kludge in IPv4 to get around the IPv4 address shortage while waiting for IPv6 to become ubiquitous. I certainly wouldn't use the word wonderful. NAT breaks the original IP paradigm of end-to-end connectivity, and many workarounds have been needed due to NAT. IPv6 doesn't have an address shortage problem, and there is currently no NAT for IPv6, ...


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On home gateways, it should go away, but... it depends. If your home network gets a /64 subnet from the ISP, you don't need NAT. And ISPs usually get a /32 allocation (even tiny organizations get a /48 by default), so technically they have no reason not to give out /64's or even /56's (good enough for 256 subnets per customer) to every single customer they ...


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According to this Arris FAQ what you're looking for is the 'Routed Subnet' mode. Bridge vs Routed Subnet mode A routed subnet allows you to utilize your static (public) IP addresses on devices that connect directly to the Motorola Gateway. You can setup servers behind the Arris gateway by assigning them Public IPs.


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In case this unusual set of symptoms happens to someone else, I believe I have a clue to the source of the problem. The Free.fr IP address through which I connect to the Internet 85.56.185.40 does not resolve to a host. Using CMD Prompt nbtstat gives: C:\Windows\System32>nbtstat -A 81.56.185.40 Connexion au réseau local: Adresse IP du noeud : ...


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If the FTP client says "Waiting for welcome message", then it sounds like the FTP session hasn't even reached the point where the type of data transfer (active or passive) is an issue; the client can't even authenticate yet. I tried resolving that "81.56.185.40" IP address from here in the US as well: $ host 81.56.185.40 40.185.56.81.in-addr.arpa has no ...


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Ok, so I managed to: 1) Connect RaspberryPi with laptop using crossover cable. 2) SSH into RaspberryPi and get virtual terminal on my Laptop. 3) Have Wifi on the virtual terminal. 4) Have Wifi on my PC, Linux OS. Here are instructions that worked for me: From PC go to networks tab (on the top right), then click Edit Connections. In Ethernet, click on ...


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If the laptop has the Wi-Fi connection and is functioning as an SSH server you can provide web access to the Rasberry Pi by using the laptop as a SOCKS proxy. You mentioned you can use Ubuntu or Windows on the laptop. For Linux distributions, such as Ubuntu, OpenSSH is commonly used to enable the system to function as an SSH server. You can check if an ...



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