ICR "Unique Identifiers"
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Thu Nov 5 13:03:56 GMT 2015
In article <e2ek3bp6mckp2ld9bv5hnvejdj9b5tlvgb at 4ax.com>, Marcus
Williamson <marcus at connectotel.com> writes
>This statement in the document is false, as far as I can see from a technical
>"ICRs therefore provide the unique identifier to distinguish between different
>users of a shared IP address"
I'm sure that this is about identifying the users behind
carrier-grade-NAT. Which is widespread on 3G and being rolled out by BT
to its broadband customers on the cheapest tariffs (as an IPv4
exhaustion measure rather than anything more sinister).
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