Network Translation Inc. ( http://www.translation.com ) makes a transtation
device. It's called Private Internet Exchange, or PIX.
a) Haven't used it.
b) Dont know if it works.
c) Don't work for them.
But the paper is clear enough, and the concept seems sound. Check it out and
let us know!
On Sep 29, 8:13am, Larry Helber wrote:
> Subject: Re: Network Address Translation
> I haven't heard of an "address translator" but I have seen several Dual
> Homed Bastion host or proxy servers that will allow you to connect to the
> Internet and use unassigned addresses in your internal network. I am
> assuming that is what you want to do.
> >I've heard there are a couple of commercial network address translators
> >available for those of us who were foolish enough to build extensive
> >enterprise networks on non-NIC assigned addresses. Does anyone have any
> >real-world experience with such a product? Is it possible to kludge such
> >a product together on a commercial firewall? And lastly, is the
> >cost/effort of implementing such a product <= effort of renumbering 2k
>-- End of excerpt from Larry Helber
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