|Re: How bad is it if Corporations pick who can and cannot have a Public IP address?
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Author: zzbunker Date: Feb 24, 2008 07:15
On Feb 24, 1:01 am, "Ares the God of War!" gmail.com>
> How bad is it if Corporations pick who can and cannot have a Public IP
> address? Well, if you do any Web Developing at all, that means you
> cannot develop any Web Pages or Web Sites on your Computer, and have
> them verified over the Internet, and you cannot send a link to your
> Customers so that they can see what you are developing for them, and
> you cannot Host your own Web Site off your own Computer, to show
> people what type work you can do, developing new Web Sites.
It's so bad that the people who invented the Internet Technology
have already said screw the idiot Internet, for the most part, and
are working on new technology.
> The ISP Corporations will make it as difficult as possible for you to
> get a Public IP Address, and say that you cannot have a Public IP
> address for your security, and give you a Private IP Address, and say
> that you have to pay to do these things on their Computer, where they
> will Host your Web Site and resources needed for development, which
> can only be Hosted on their Computers, and this both takes away your
> ability to work at home, and sell your product to others who don't use
> your ISP, and it takes away your freedom of the press.
> Now you know why I have not been able to get my Web Site that I have
> been Hosting on my Computer since 2000, back online, and cannot use it
> to develop anyone else's Web Sites, until I can get the ISP to give me
> a Public IP address, instead of forcing me to have to use a Private IP
> so that they can take away my Web Development Job, and take my Web
> Site and charge me to Host it on their Computers.
> In service of God and Country