At 11:34 AM 3/5/96 -0800, MARC CHATEL @AEO" (by way of wrote:
>[originally posted to firewalls list; posted to PIER by permission]
>I see that the subject of handling multiple occurrences of the
>same IP network numbers has come up again. We should make this
>part of the firewall FAQ, I guess...
>The most common cases where this occurs is an organization that
>has umpteen network numbers (which are not InterNIC-registered)
>that now needs to connect to the Internet in some way. What should be
>put in the middle of the connection that will support the fact that
>some IP addresses exist on BOTH sides of the configuration?
This is a classic example of where NAT [Network Address Translation] could
be easily and justifiably deployed.
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