PlusNet Tests IP Address-Sharing As IPv6 Fails To Take Off

IPv4 IPv6 © Matthias Pahl ShutterstockPlusNet, the Sheffield-based ISP owned by BT, is testing a controversial scheme in which all its customers could share one IP address through Carrier Grade NAT (CGNAT). The move, made necessary by the slow progress of the new protocol IPv6, could limit customers’ Internet actions and cause problems with tracking abuse or criminal action. source

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