What the hell, Virgin?
Section 12: Use of Virtual Private Network (VPN) As stated above, the Virgin Media Services are for residential use only and we do not support the use of VPN. If we find you are using VPN we may instruct you to stop using it and you must comply with this request. This is in order to prevent problems with our network and other Internet users.
Virgin Media/UPC seem to have silently deployed an IPv6 “carrier-grade NAT” setup called “DS-Lite” — ie. all customers now get just a routable IPv6 address, and share a small pool of IPv4 NATs. This breaks a multitude of useful services, including UDP IPSec VPNs it seems
omg. Sean “Irish SOPA” Sherlock dealing with the important issues once again — in this case the bloody “Unified Patent Court”
In his 1962 book, The Image: A Guide to Pseudo-Events in America, former Librarian of Congress Daniel J. Boorstin describes a world where our ability to technologically shape reality is so sophisticated, it overcomes reality itself. “We risk being the first people in history,” he writes, “to have been able to make their illusions so vivid, so persuasive, so ‘realistic’ that they can live in them.”
“.richardli”. TLDs are now officially beyond a joke
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