NDT (Network Diagnostic Tool)

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The main use of NAT is to limit the number of public IP addresses an organization or company must use, for both economy and security purposes. I can help you with your question. Using NAT in this way allows network engineers to more efficiently route internal network traffic to the same resources, and allow access to more ports, while restricting access at the firewall. When there are no more ports available and there is more than one external IP address configured, PAT moves to the next IP address to try to allocate the original source port again. Wow, for knowing a whole lot, you sure know nothing at all. This is where NAT comes into play.

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First, clearly state the expected behavior of NAT. From the configuration of Router 6, you know that NAT is supposed to dynamically translate to the first available address in the NAT pool "test". The NAT Check client no longer attempts to guess whether you have Basic NAT or Network Address/Port Translation (NAPT). It turns to be quite difficult to test for this property reliably, because many NAPTs attempt to bind a private UDP port to a public port with the same port number if that port number is available, causing NAT Check to . Network Address Translation (NAT) is the process where a network device, usually a firewall, assigns a public address to a computer (or group of computers) inside a private network. The main use of NAT is to limit the number of public IP addresses an organization or company must use, for both.