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Re: Disable NAT on Vonage V-Portal
Ah... From a technological point of view, locking your devices solely to your network is definitely a means of trying to force your own crap down the throats of the users, generally for making sure that Ali Babba Shaqua Shouvez in Bangladesh can follow everything through because it's a "standard". The great thing about "standards" is that there's so many to choose from.
The only gripe I have with such a proprietary network locking (which is no different than network locking a cell phone really) is that they do it in such a way that it creates issues such as this where such a standard impedes on the ability to support such standard things. It's kind of aggravating really.