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my question does not concern how it moves through the internet, but how it moves through the router to a certain device. All devices connected to a router in a home network have the same external IP. Say device A is loading a page and packets are sent from an external source to the router because the packets know the external IP of device A and they are able to get to the router. But now, how does it get to device A? How does the router know to send it to device A instead of device B?
I think this involves the NAT, but i'm just looking for a logical explanation of what NAT does to accomplish this.