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Network Address Translation, or NAT, is a method of remapping an IP address from one IP space to another (for example the internet to your local 192.168.x address) by modifying the IP address information in the IP datagram while they're in transit.

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I'm wondering how to use NAT with IPv6. Seems that you don't even need it any more. So what exactly is the concept behind firewall configurations in IPv6 environments? …
asked Oct 18 '13 by Jaafar Mehrez