Richard Gooch wrote:
> > No, some of them are point-to-point connections, like you would have
> > for a T1 or PPP for example. This does, indeed, save you one IP
> > address (not two.)
> Yes, strictly speaking this would save you one. However, if you also
> want firewalling then it saves you two, since you don't need to set up
> a second machine as your firewall.
Well, if you're doing firewalling you might as well do NAT as well,
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