Chapter 3. Network Address Translation/Gateway

Network address translation (NAT), sometimes referred to as IP masquerading or IP aliasing, is a technique that allows a group of network devices in a private network to use a single IP address to communicate with devices on other networks. NAT alleviates the shortage of IP addresses available to ISPs and businesses and provides some security to private networks, because hosts inside the private network ...

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