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RE: Where NAT disenfranchises the end-user ...
|> From: David Howe [mailto:[email protected]] |> Sent: Thursday, September 06, 2001 5:54 PM |> |> > Or more completely, they expect the network to be |> > transparent so that every port at the destination IP |> > address connects to the same machine, and there |> > is no operational restriction on which end initiates |> > the communication. Absolutely true. I'll take that clarification. |> which of course *is* possible for at least one machine per visible IP |> address - even if additional IPs are masqed behind it. if you are doing one:one NAT then why do NAT at all? if you are doing one:many then it won't work (broken).