Network Address Translation (NAT) Explained

Are you looking for your publicly accessible IP and cannot find the appropriate IP’s per the IP’s listed on your server systems network interfaces? If you cannot find them, it’s most likely because you have some network translation going on inside your router or firewall.

Network Address Translation is the process of modifying IP address information in IP headers, while packets are transmitted across a network and through a routing device. For more information on how NAT’s work, take a look at this video.

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