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  • Windows Firewall cannot run

    Windows Firewall cannot run because another program or service is running that might use the network address translation component (Ipnat.sys).

    Sagarpathare2535 pointsBadges:
  • Will NAT66 provide network address translation in IPv6?

    I heard there is no way to do network address translation (NAT) in IPv6. Is this true? What about NAT66? Won't that provide IPv6 NATing?

    SearchEnterpriseWAN505 pointsBadges:
  • What is carrier grade NAT?

    What is carrier grade NAT and what is it used for?

    SearchEnterpriseWAN505 pointsBadges:
  • Web Hosting strategy – NAT’ing and ARR

    I'm looking to develop a new strategy for our web hosting farm. Currently I've got  set of standalone IIS 6 web servers and sql 2005 database servers sitting in a network behind a kerio winroute proxy (which handles our nat'ing and intrusion prevention and VPN to our office location) which in turn...

    Phil4mat5 pointsBadges:
  • Connecting two asterisk servers behind Network address translation (NAT)

    I configured connecting 2 Asterisk Servers via SIP TRUNK without NAT. Now, I am trying to connect 2 Asterisk Servers via SIP TRUNK with NAT: My system likes as: SIP1----->Asterisk Server1----->NAT1------>INTERNET<-----NAT2<-----AsteriskServer2<---SIP2  But it hasn't worked yet. I...

    Kid161235 pointsBadges:
  • Routing VLANs to public IPs from Intranet through Fortigate firewall

    We have three virtual local area networks (VLANs) as follows: 1 data, 2 voice and 3 wireless. We have 6506e at the core, and interVLAN routing is working fine. The problem is implementing FortiGate firewall in transparent mode and terminating the ISP on the router with Ethernet output. I am not...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Need your help to connect remote sites

    I have 4 cisco 800 routers i have configured with NAT and DHCP and they are all connected to the internet via satellite. I have a database server that i want remote sites to access it has an ip 192.168.0.2. All the four LAN'S are on the network 192.168.0.0 255.255.255.0 and they are behind a public...

    Kenweed5 pointsBadges:
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