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How Network Address Translation Works - Illustrations and animations show how NAT allows a single device, such as a router, to act as an agent between the Internet (or "public network") and a local (or "private") network.
Linux IP Masquerading (2000pre1) - The semi-original home page for IP Masquerading in the Linux kernel. IP Masquerading, or masq, is a form of NAT or network address translation that provides network access to multiple systems sharing a single IP address. It provides certain security and firewall features in conjunction with other parts of the kernel.
NAT and Peer-to-peer networking - Dan Kegel's guide to writing peer-to-peer applications to work through NAT routers
Network Address Translators (nat) Charter - Working group which aims to provide a forum to discuss applications of NAT operation, limitations to NAT, and impact of NAT operation on internet protocols and applications.
RFC 2391 - Load Sharing using IP Network Address Translation (LSNAT) - Load sharing using IP NAT
The IP Network Address Translator (NAT) - RFC on the NAT (Network Address Translator) protocol
The NAT Page - NAT Information - The NAT Page is the most comprehensive resource for network address translation (nat) products available.
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