Re: Isp mixing?
The public/coffee shop idea blows my mind - the very place that's easy to eavesdrop.
Then there's the 'hopping' concept - if it indeed worked, you'd never get anything done - your machine would spend the entire time 'authenticating' and syncing. And, like I said, if it indeed worked! My feeble understanding is that network cards tend to 'hang onto' a connection until the signals is just too weak to do so - THEN it looks for another, taking some time to 'connect/authenticate'. And isn't there 'handshaking' to a connection - i.e. you can't just bounce connect to connect. Packet you request (half of your communication) are delivered via the connection that requested them. If you're not there anymore, dropped packets and you not receiving anything.
Correct me if I am wrong - I don't mind learning. To me, this whole concept just seems, well ...
just my 2 cents, or even less
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