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Notes and resources on doing NAT (Network Address Translation) in a Linux box (to create a network gateway).

Double checking, do I already have a page started on this with a title that includes "gateway"? Yes ...

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David A. Ranch; Ver: 2.00.013103, January 31, 2003 - Haven't read or skimmed, but it has to be helpful.

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  • (rhk) Things that NATs break; ; — It should be noted that there are a variety of NATs, all of this applies to only certain of them — see this Slashdot thread, starting around this post, for some discussion, including this quote (in a different post): "IP Masquerading, a special form of NAT where the external addresses are non-exclusive".
  • (rhk) [[][]]; ; —
  • (rhk) [[][]]; ; —


  • () RandyKramer - 26 Feb 2003
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