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Jun 29 2017   5:57PM GMT

Network Address Translation (NAT)

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Network Address Translation

Network Address Translation (NAT) is the virtualization of Internet Protocol (IP) addresses. NAT is described in general terms in IETF RFC 1631. Continued…

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