Types of NAT and How to determine the NAT Type

NAT Rules - UntangleWiki May 07, 2018 How to configure Full Cone NAT with Iptables | Linux.org May 08, 2012 Types of NAT and How to determine the NAT Type Full cone NAT: This is also known as one to one NAT. It is basically simple port forwarding where there is a static binding from client ip:port to NAT's ip:port and any one from Internet can write to NAT's ip:port and it will be forwarded to the client. This kind of NAT is used very infrequently. CVU –Cisco Virtual Update

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NAT Filtering: Secured vs. Open - NETGEAR Communities The explanation also match the Wikipedia article on NAT , although I find the Wikipedia article a little less clear. Relating this to Netgear's NAT setting, I believe Open NAT is equivalent to Full Cone NAT, and Secured NAT is either Restricted Cone or Port Restricted Cone NAT. How to configure One-to-One NAT on Safestream routers

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Fullcone NAT vs. DMZ | [H]ard|Forum Sep 26, 2008 What is a a cone NAT? - Microsoft Community Dec 17, 2013