[Freedombox-discuss] Diaspora becoming a community project
jancsika at yahoo.com
Sat Sep 1 20:00:00 UTC 2012
----- Original Message -----
> From: simo <idra at samba.org>
> To: Leandro Noferini <lnoferin at cybervalley.org>
> Cc: freedombox-discuss at lists.alioth.debian.org
> Sent: Saturday, September 1, 2012 1:28 PM
> Subject: Re: [Freedombox-discuss] Diaspora becoming a community project
> On Sat, 2012-09-01 at 17:37 +0200, Leandro Noferini wrote:
>> Jonas Smedegaard <dr at jones.dk> writes:
>> >> For example here in Italy it is all but easy to have a static ip
>> >> in home connections: again for example my ISP does not sell this
>> >> of service at all.
>> >> This is what I mean "normal".
>> > So you really mean normal consumer access to internet, not normal
>> > FreedomBox?
>> Yes, almost here in Italy, having a static ip address in home
>> connections it is not normal.
> Not only you do not have static ip addresses, often not even public ip
> address, but just dynamic private addresses and NAT.
Any one of the machines behind a NAT like that can run Tor as we
speak, with the click of a button, using the Tor Browser Bundle. They
can also make a hidden service available to the rest of the network,
though AFAIK that requires more setup (but no NAT reconfiguration).
> Simo Sorce
> Samba Team GPL Compliance Officer <simo at samba.org>
> Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat, Inc. <simo at redhat.com>
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