what is NAT..?
May 14, 2007 5:06am CST
can anyone please explain what is NAT ...AND all its related information?
16 May 07
The full form of NAT is Network Address translation. It is an internate standard which enables a LAN to use one set of IP addresses for internal traffic and a second set of addressees for external traffic. NAT provides a kind of firewall which works between an internal network and the outside world of networks. It enables a group or company to use more internal IP addresses. It also permits a company to add multiple ISDN connections into a single internate connection. In view to type, there are two types of NAT. One is static and another is dynamic. The former directs an unregistered IP address to a registered one whereas the later directs unregistered to reistered from a group of registered IPs.