Router working with IP address

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How does my router work with my IP address?
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The router takes your computer’s local IP address out of the packet’s Source Address and puts it in a table. It then puts the external IP into the packets Source Address space. The router also copies the Destination Address IP from the packet and puts it in the table associated with your local IP.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    What type of infrastructure is there. Assuming this is based on home work, better read the network chapter.
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  • Harisheldon
    If you are having issues with the OSI and need a question clarified, we would be happy to assist, but to give out homework answers, you will not find that here.
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