rickf at ca-flower.com
Tue May 5 04:21:21 UTC 2009
John M McIntosh wrote:
> Nope, that is not the function of the iphone, which is a unix based
> machine, the IP determined
> from either a static setting, or DHCP doesn't change on each request.
> That is a function of your cell provider, if using cell data
> connection they are doing nat/proxy work
> at their gateway. Or your upstream ISP is doing a simular thing if
> connected via WiFi.
Correct.. In this case I'm referring to what the cell provider is doing
-- wifi has nothing to do with
it in this case.. And you're probably correct that many phones likely
exhibit this 'feature'.
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