This chapter covers the following subject:
• Network Address Translation (NAT): Describes the different types of NAT available and discusses how to configure them to meet the requirements of modern networks.
The use of Network Address Translation (NAT) is widespread; it is used by millions of people every day, most without knowing it. The understanding of how NAT works is a vital part of securing a network because so many networks use its abilities. This chapter reviews the different types of NAT that are available and displays examples of how each of them would be configured in operation.
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