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From the inside out: NAT concepts

From the inside out: NAT concepts: Windows Server 2016: Remote Access Solutions
From the inside out: NAT concepts: Windows Server 2016: Remote Access Solutions

Network Address Translation, or NAT, is one of the most common functions of a border router. In this video, Scott Burrell describes the need for NAT and the principles on which it works. Private and public IP addresses are discussed. The use of port forwarding to protect hosts and make servers publicly accessible are also presented.

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