A while back there were inquired to if it was correct that SNO’s was only allowed to 1 IP address as according to the Terms of Service, and no satisfactory answer was given.
I think there are so fundamental issues with allowing multiple IP’s even if I’m not aware of how to actually restrict it in practice… the problem becomes that if 5% of SNO’s have 10 Internet connections on different subnets/24, then they would represent 50% of the whole… thus of the total, it would represent 1/3.
So 5% of SNO’s could have 1/3 of the network data if supplying enough disks and having 10 internet connections each… all connected to single servers… but why stop there…
You get the idea… I just would like clarification if I should get a second IP or not.
Economically it seems like the only logical next step for me.