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How Does an Intranet Address of a NAT Server Access the Public Network?

Publication Date:  2012-07-17 Views:  111 Downloads:  0

Issue Description

 How does an intranet address of a NAT server access the public network?

Alarm Information

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Handling Process

A domain-based NAT server allows an intranet private address to directly access the public network without the NAT outbound function enabled. In contrast, the NAT outbound function must be configured on a standalone NAT server to allow intranet users to access the public network.

Root Cause

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