said by Gunn:
The only problem with what they say is that in order to accomplish port forwarding, your ISP has to support/allow it!
FCCs Open Internet Rules specifically applied to "fixed Internet." But, these rules "do not prohibit discrimination on the mobile Internet."
»cyberlaw.stanford.edu/blog/2011/ ··· ou-think
In FCC's document cited below, on page 54, it suggests these mobile broadband providers should disclose their policies...I ain't got the time to read the fine print, but if true, then Verizon/AT&T should have somewhere their policies.
1. Application of Openness Principles to Mobile Broadband
97. The wide array of commenters who support a disclosure requirement generally agree that all broadband providers, including mobile broadband providers, should be required to
disclose their network management practices.300 Although some mobile broadband providers argue that the dynamic nature of mobile network management makes meaningful disclosure difficult,301 we conclude that end users need a clear understanding of network management practices, performance, and commercial terms, regardless of the broadband platform they use to access the Internet.....
»hraunfoss.fcc.gov/edocs_public/a ··· 01A1.pdf