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On Thu, 03 Feb 2011 13:41:26 EST, Matthew Huff said:
> Owen, can you point to a application protocol that is broken via NAT that
> isn't a p2p protocol or VoIP?

The only reason FTP works through a NAT is because the NAT has already
been hacked up to further mangle the data stream to make up for the
mangling it does.

I'm told that IPSEC through a NAT can be interesting too...  And that's
something I'm also told some corporations are interested in.
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