Network Address Translation, a technology used to translate a private IP address into a public IP.

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How to test whether a router supports NAT loopback?

I've been unable to find much information on whether my router (Linksys EA4500) supports NAT loopback, so I'd like to perform a test to tell me whether accessing my external ip address from within the ...
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Which device should do NAT on my home network with a router and modem?

I have a Centurylink PK5001A modem and a Linksys AC2400 router for my home network serving 6 computers. I just need internet access and Windows remote connections and file sharing within my network. ...
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DNS config for NAT with BIND

Over the past days, i installed CentOS on a computer that I'm using to mess around with system admin related tasks. What im doing is, I'm basically making this computer into a "super router" as i like ...
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Plivo SIP problems with NAT traversal

Ok, I've looked and looked, and can't seem to find anyone that's written about this problem. I have a simple office setup where there are two SIP phone extensions (Polycom 331) behind a Sonicwall ...
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where is NAT adapter on virtualbox

On my Ubuntu 14.04 guest in Virtual Box when I set the connection type to “Host only Adapter” I can set the IP address of vboxnet1 to what I want. But I do not know where is NAT adapter? Or better to ...
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Changing the default network VirtualBox assigns to VMs attached to NAT

By default, VirtualBox assigns a 10.0.2.0/24 address to a VM attached to NAT. Is it possible to change NAT to a different network? This is not a duplicate question. I know it is possible to define a ...
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Simultaneous Internet Access on two hosts issue. Is it caused by NAT? [closed]

Sometimes I have troubles with Internet access on my PC while other person connected to the same LAN is using Internet simultaneously. Webpages loading is way too long or it just breaks. I suppose NAT ...
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SSH Reverse tunnel assistance with application

Well it does in a way. If I do something like: ssh -R 27011:localhost:25566 USER@NAME.COM -p 27010 NOTE: substituting the real username and domain with USER@NAME.COM for security. NOTE: The port for ...
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NAT several subnets with same IP range to a single interface

I have the following problem: a customer have several LANs, for example LAN1, and LAN2 with the same private IP ranges (192.168.10.x), and I need to monitor all the networks. I have name three ...
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Why IPSec ESP needs NAT-T

I understand why it is not possible to use IPSec AH over a NAT server, since the IP header is included in the MAC too. But I am confused about ESP with Authentication (I am talking about tunnel mode, ...
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How to experience UDP hole punching using Ncat under Linux?

I'd like to see UDP hole punching in action. I tested it under Linux, using Ncat. Here's what I tried: Open port 1234/UDP on host A and port 12345/UDP on host B's firewall (I'm still behind NAT, but ...
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Connections from virtual host to internet OK, but to rest of LAN, broken

In a notebook running Ubuntu 14.04 I have installed VirtualBox and created a virtual server with Windows 7. The PC is connected to a 192.168.x.y LAN. The virtual server is in a host-only network with ...
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Multiple network interfaces with the same local IP address

I run several VPN connections that give me different external IP addresses. But these VPN servers often give me the same local IP address. So I can end up with the following configuration: eth0 ...
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Multiple VNC servers behind a NAT

I need to remotely access 100+ work computers (Windows XP, Vista and 8). The PCs are all on the same local network, their dynamic IPs set by DHCP. They're behind a NAT and the public IP address is ...
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Getting IoT devices to connect to an authenticated wifi network

I have several Internet-of-Things devices such as the Intel Galileo and Raspberry Pi. I'd like to connect these up to the internet obviously, because without it they're just things. Unfortunately my ...
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Virtual servers not forwarding when DMZ set in DLink 2730B

My router is a DLink 2730B. The target machine IP is 192.168.1.6. I’ve applied DMZ Host to this IP, and have configured on 'Virtual Server' the following settings: Port 21 on 192.168.1.6 is ok, I ...
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Why is the TCP open but not the UDP?

I'm setting up a game server and I have a bunch of ports forwarded already (all in use). So I'm putting one into /etc/ppp/firewall-masq, which is full of iptables rules. The game server is served by a ...
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Preserve NAT mappings across reboot

My Linux router is able to reboot and reconnect all network interfaces pretty fast (~10 seconds, thanks to systemd and a SSD disk), and comes up with the same IP addresses. Unfortunately the reboot ...
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Filtered port with virtual server setup on a NAT

I have a Symphony SY602 ADSL router and I want configure a dynamic DNS to access my system remotely. I made a NAT virtual server in routers configuration and this is what I configured: Server Name ...
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OpenWRT NAT only for clients on certain WLAN network

I am using an OpenWRT powered WLAN router as an access point for my network. Everything on the network id run through a PFSense box so that I can have full control from there. I would like to have a ...
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How to find NAT responce port

Does NAT work as follows? My computer 192.168.1.5 sends a request on port:5555 (for example) this request goes to my router 194.564.23.67 (public ip) the NAT then changes the port and forwards the ...
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MASQUERADING a veth

I want to bind an application to a wifi interface that might loose connection and receive a new DHCPed IP on reconnect. The problem is that the application can only be binded to an IP address and not ...
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How to IPv4 through IPv6?

My ISP (Unitymedia Germany) tunnels IPv4 traffic through slow and unstable CGNAT (they call it "AFTR", which seems to be a similar thing) but comes with reliable and native IPv6. Now, is there any ...
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Cannot ping or ssh from lan to virtual machine

I have next setup: My home lan = 192.168.1.0/24 My virtual lan = 192.168.207.0/24 My laptop = 192.168.1.109 (dhcp OS=Windows7) My desktop = 192.168.1.206 (fixed ip OS=Windows8) My virtual machine ...
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Accessing two devices with the same IP?

I want to connect my laptop to two WiFi enabled digital cameras, that have the same IP hardcoded: 192.168.1.1 One solution that I've successfully tried: Connect one device to the laptop's built in ...
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How does NAT Work on the Packet Level?

So I am studying for my Network + and CCNA and had some confusion about how packets work. I was reading a similar topic at How do IP answer packets reach their destination inside of a private LAN? ...
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How do I properly SSH into a server behind a NAT while maintaining the tightest possible security?

I have a VPC in Amazon AWS. There's a NAT Server running in a Public Subnet that connects to an Internet Gateway. I have a bunch of servers running in various private subnets within the VPC. I'd like ...
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Does NAT forwards ping requests and port scans to all subnet computers?

If I ping some friend's public IP address, this is usually the address of his router. Does the router forward the ping request to all devices on it's network? If the devices are all turned off will ...
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BitTorrent seeding despite UPnP and NAT-PMP being turned off

Using Deluge BitTorrent client and being behind two NATs (home router + ISP router), I've turned off both UPnP and NAT-PMP and let it seed one completed torrent, observing the behavior. To my ...
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Can a VMWare player virtual machine receive udp packages?

I have a virtual machine running in VMWare player v6. The network type is NAT. An application in my virtual machine sends UDP packages to a server in the network of the host machine and needs to ...
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NAT on LAN interface

I have set up DDNS and it is working fine. The router is D-Link 2750U and I could not see any NATting option on the LAN interface. However, I wish to cut short the trip to the DDNS server when I am ...
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Conntrack gets incorrect forwarding rules for outgoing protocol 41

I'm trying to forward protocol 41 (ipv6-in-ipv4) for an HE tunnel through a WRT54G running Tomato 1.28. Tomato 1.28 is running a 2.4 kernel that knows absolutely nothing about protocol 41, except that ...
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Are WAN Source rules checked after masquerading happens?

We are trying to do traffic shaping in pfSense, and we are having a hell of a time trying to convince pfSense to match the traffic. For example, if i create a WAN rule to log all traffic destined to ...
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Internet connection dropped when nat created and routed via vpn [linux+iptables]

I've got a very frustrating network issue. Currently I'm living in a hotel in which I need to authenticate through a website in order to obtain internet access. I've also got xbox360 that I want to ...
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Can only connect to uTorrent WebUI when on local network

My port forwarding is all set up, I can connect to WebUI hosted from my laptop with my phone but only with my LAN IP when I'm on the same network. When I try to use the public one (WAN), I can't get ...
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Special type of DMZ?

So I have a standard modem-router setup all great to go, my Modem gives an IP Address from my provider via DHCP according to my Mac address. All is good. However, I now want to expose a new virtual ...
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Point an internal IP address to an external URL

Is it possible to set a router up so a machine in the LAN can access an Internet URL using an internal IP address? I have a cheap DVR box that can save recorded videos to a FTP server, but only ...
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OpenWRT sending invalid packets to WAN when Android phone connects

I have a Netgear WR703N wireless router flashed with OpenWRT 12.09 "Attitude Adjustment" connected to my school's Ethernet network, and our IT department sent emails alerting me that it's ...
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RV130 won't pass http unless behind another NAT

I'm attempting to replace a Linksys WRT54G with a Cisco RV130 for a home internet connection. For the moment, the setup is about as simple as it gets. Cable-modem -> RV130 -> Switch -> Multiple ...
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How to NAT one accesslist for two interface?

I have a 1800 cisco router with two interface. I Configured a dialar interface for pppoe connection for internet on fa 0/0. but I have an intranet for remote branch office on the same interface. the ...
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iproute2: How do i connect one machine to the internet via another

I have the following setup: A > 169.254.8.125/16 <--(ad-hoc)--> 169.254.9.109/16 < B > 192.168.178.21/24 <--(wifi)--> 192.168.178.1/24 < AP/router > internet I want to connect A to the ...
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How to NAT between 2 network interfaces without impacting routing

My Linux-based router has 5 Ethernet ports. It is currently acting as a router between ports 1 & 2 and the dedicated WAN port, without NAT. Port 1 is 192.168.1.1/24, port 2 is 192.168.2.1/24, WAN ...
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VirtualBox NAT port forwarding configuration (<1024)

I'd like to forward requests from 127.0.0.1:80 to a guest OS in VirtualBox VM (CentOS 7) - 10.0.2.15:8080. Is that possible? If I forward 127.0.0.1:9090 everything works fine, but as soon as I ...
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Using NAT to translate IP addresses on Mac OS X Mavericks

I want to access two iPhones (iOS 7.1) via USB tethering of the default iPhone hotspot. When I connect them to my iMac, they have the same static IP and can only be separated on the iMac because they ...
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NAT and UDP replies by default

If I send UDP packets from Machine A with local port M behind a NAT to Machine B's port N, where Machine B is outside the NAT (elsewhere on the Internet), can I reasonably expect that NAT would pass ...
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Can't open NAT for mw2 with Wimax connection(PC & PS3)

I'm in contact with my ISP and we are struggling to get open NAT, (since is Wimax I think we can open NAT only on their backend) We've tried uPnP enabled, DMZ and opening ports on their backend, but I ...
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iptables does not seem to be applying SNAT to packets sent on a raw socket

I'm writing packets from a user space program to my wireless interface wlan0. I've set up a SNAT rule with iptables as follows iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o wlan0 -j SNAT --to 192.168.1.3 And ...
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Disable NAT and have a direct WAN - LAN connection with just one PC?

I have a pretty old router which is behaving rather weird with UDP port forwarding (Seems to be blocking/not routing incoming connections). I need it to behave such that the cable is directly ...
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How to setup a ASA 5505 behind a captive portal and start a VPN NAT

I'm currently in the situation that I connect to the internet via local network with a captive portal for user authentication and transparent HTTP proxy. During peak hours the proxy slows down to ...
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Trying to figure out NAT between modem and router

I just bought a new DSL modem and I'm trying to set it up optimally for my small home network. There are a few computers and smartphones which access the router which handles ethernet and Wi-Fi, then ...