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Basic Network Address Translation or Basic NAT is a method by which IP addresses are mapped from one group to another, transparent to end users.
This memo defines a portion of the Management Information Base (MIB) for devices implementing NAT function. This MIB module may be used for configuration and monitoring of a device capable of NAT function.
Configure NAT for Windows Media Services 9
This article discusses the firewall ports that you must open to stream content from a media server that is located behind a firewall.
How Network Address Translation Works
NAT is like the receptionist in a large office. Let's say you have left instructions with the receptionist not to forward any calls to you unless you request it. Later on, you call a potential client and leave a message for that client to call you back. You tell the receptionist that you are expecting a call from this client and to put her through.
IP Security and NAT: Oil and Water?
Despite popular wisdom, IPsec and NAT can be employed together—in some configurations. ISP-Planet explores what you can do and what you can't, and the limitations inherent in today's solutions.
ISP-Planet: Slipping IPsec Past NAT
NAT and NAPT are techniques used to share and hide private IP addresses on edge devices like routers and firewalls. Unfortunately, when an IPsec session runs through NAT or NAPT, security is often compromised.
Network Address Translation Commands
Cisco Documents: This chapter describes the function and displays the syntax for Network Address Translation (NAT) commands.
Request for Comments document for the IP Network Address Translator (NAT).