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You're approaching this the wrong way, what's wrong with doing things normally via the hosts actual ports - have you not got IP addressing freedom here? How will this scale if/as you use other products that require additional ports to the hosts? You really need to get to a point where these are all directly-routable, anything else isn't really professional. ...


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This is impossible to predict. A few big players enabling IPv6 can make a huge difference. Take a look at the historical graph of IPv6 user availability in Belgium. Things can progress quickly, but such jumps are hard to predict. It also depends on where your audience is. If you only target Belgian users then ±30% can access an IPv6-only website today. The ...


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The best model for this sort of growth is logistic growth. Last year I did some calculations on how growth would have had to look in order to complete the transition in time. I.e. completing the transition between the time the IPv6 standard was finalized and the time IPv4 addresses ran out. Comparing that to actual deployments told me, that we were 13 years ...


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Why would you do that? Create a VPN on your Router/FW Connect to your VPN Administer everything from there I don't think you want to publish an ESX Server to the Internet.


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Ewwhite, Your question is extremely valid and deserves a careful review. All security professionals recommend layers of security in front of any network resource, including SPI Firewalls, IDS, Host Based Firewalls, etc. You should always use a proxy perimeter gateway firewall like ISA (now TMG) when possible. That said, Microsoft Active Directory 2003+ ...



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