|reply to elwoodblues |
Re: Status of ipv6 with Canadian ISP
Just because you have a publicly routable IP address, doesn't mean that you have to disable your residential gateway's firewall. You can still get NAT levels of protection with public IPs.
You can still deny incoming connections by default, you can still set up exceptions lists, and do all those wonderful things. You just now have a unique IP in the entire world, instead of only unique within your household. No biggy.