Does anyone know if there are limits using a router/switch or separate routers and switches for the number of users online (not twinax local terminals but remote terminals) concurrently? I know multiplexers on mainframes would allow modems to allow many terminals at one time...and the terminalID would be included with data stream for each respective terminal I had Comcast...and for business they provide a router...but it uses the local '10.xxx.xx' local addresses and may restrict incoming access. Is there any equipment that if this is true, would be a workaround (e.g. 100 remote terminal accesses concurrent) for this? The other local addresses are the usual 192.168.xx.xx on Motorola braodband modem/router available in stores...I would imagine DSL service companies would have those same local addresses for getting an AS/400 or iSeries online and accessible to many multiple users concurrently...thanks in advance
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