NoCat and the Virtual Public Network

Oh, this is tasty. The NoCatAuth project is proposing to hand out slices of the 10.*.*.* network-space to people who operate radios that use NoCatAuth. This means that everyone who’s on the global community wireless network can route to one another, even though they have non-routable IPs. I just asked Rob what he’s gonna do when they run out of the 10.*.*.* network. Schuyler said that’d take about 18 months, and we’d better have IPv^ by then (groans of dismay). No sweat, said Rob — who needs to talk to General Electric’s network? They’ve got an entire Class-A that we could start privately assigning (essentially extraterratorializing the GE net-space without letting inhibiting GE’s ability to enjoy it). Discuss