Traversing X11 clients behind NAT (or X11 end-to-end connectivity)

Sascha Hlusiak saschahlusiak at
Mon Mar 24 10:22:27 PDT 2008

Am Montag 24 März 2008 17:49:33 schrieb Otto Solares:
> On Fri, Mar 21, 2008 at 11:16:52PM +0100, Sascha Hlusiak wrote:
> >         ... While it's desireable by people to have it work, I'd prefer
> > IPv6 to come to put NAT finally to it's grave.
> In my university we receive 304 IPv6 networks (via the BGP protocol)
> compared to 245966 IPv4 networks, so for practical reasons IPv6 doesn't
> exists outside the academic and research world, so your IPv6 point is
> moot (actually).
That's why I wrote I'd like it to come. I know the present doesn't look too 
good but still it's usable if you really need end-to-end connectivity (using 
tunnels). That technology should be improved, not the NAT-hacks. But that's 

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