I find this interesting because it greatly limits adoption and scalability.
It is your #1 objective
NKN sets the following objectives:
• Any node can connect to this fully open network
from any place
So the major of end-point internet connections out there (homes and most small-businesses) only have 1 public IP and there really aren’t many ipv4 public addresses left.
Does ipv6 fix this?
How can the topology be any different if there are not isolated pools of private nodes that only connect to the rest of the network through a single node?
Did my test fail simply because there are not enough nodes? Would a test with 100 private nodes and 10 public nodes that have access to those 100 private succeed?