STUN requires no changes to NATs, and works with an arbitrary number of NATs in tandem between the application entity and the public Internet.I haven't been blogging much because Brandy and I have been busy moving-in together. Things are going well. I'm catching-up on nerdly stuff, like reading-up on STUN. Back at her apartment, she had a Wireless G Linksys broadband router. To make things fun and see how well STUN and SIP work together, I've plugged her router with its own 192.168.1.* network onto my existing router onto my current 10.0.0.* network which is hooked to my EarthLink DSL (powered by Verizon) connection.
Anyway. I've verified I was able to do SIP calls from the 192.168.1.* network.
Go STUN :)