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Old 06-20-2006, 07:07 AM   #1
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NAT using Real IP


Friend,

Normally we can make NAT(Network Address Translator) using a Real IP and Two or more Private IP . But i want to know is it possible to make NAT using All Real IP ? i.e., If i have 5 real IP then i want to make a NAT using One of them and other 4 IP is used under NAT ?

Plz help.. . . .
 
Old 06-20-2006, 07:57 AM   #2
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if is it a 'real' IP (I suppose you mean a public one), then it is not NAT'ed.
NAT is about translating private IP into public one and vice-versa. Are you asking if it is possible to translate a public address into a public address? What is the point, it is already a public address.
Please clarify what you are asking for.
 
  


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