“I am sorry but being a pro p2p downloader against DPI is like a transport carrier being opposed to d.o.t. weight limits on roads.”
“Sandvine (19): DPI is also a key part of the innovation in allowing a migration from IPv4 to IPv6 allowing a network operator to convert from one to the other using a carrier-grade network-address-translation (NAT) and keeping protocols such as VoIP operational. shepd: WTF???”
“In it, “DPI is necessary for the identification of traffic today because the historically-used ‘honour-based’ port system of application classification no longer works,” says Sandvine.”
“DPI is employed by a company called Sandvine, based in Waterloo, Ontario, and which has now submitted a CRTC filing on Network Management (TPN2008-19 Review of Internet Traffic Management Practices of Internet Service Providers) in which it claims “DPI is necessary,” says Sandvine Fluff in a dslreports comment post.”
“‘DPI is necessary’ – Sandvine p2pnet news view Freedom | P2P: - DPI, Deep Privacy Invasion (or Deep Packet Inspection) is the tool used by disgraced ‘behavioural targeting’ firm Phorm on behalf of giant UK provider BT, as well as other companies.”
“For every day they get away with throttling or invading privacy with DPI, is a step closer to the corporation completely owning you and the govt.”
“DPI is just a bunch of heuristics that makes decisions based on certain properties of the data.”
“And going all black-hellicopter and assuming that the ONLY reason for stuff like traffic-shaping and DPI is that “they want to spy on you” is just insane.”
“You wrote, “This implies that we should âconsider the usesâ before âcondemning the technologyâ, when, in fact, DPI is nothing more than a ânetwork deviceâ with a specific set of purposes, and not some new, separate technology.””
“In it, DPI is necessary for the identification of traffic today because the historically-used ` honour-based ` port system of application classification no longer works, says Sandvine.”
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