Operational challenges of no NAT

S.P.Zeidler spz at serpens.de
Thu Oct 28 10:09:19 CEST 2010


Thus wrote George Bonser (gbonser at seven.com):

> One of the operational "benefits" of IPv4 with NAT as far as my daily
> functions are concerned has been with connectivity to various outside
> places where we transact data as a matter of course.  For example, two
> of the major portal sites require that different sorts of servers in my
> network use different source IPs for their tracking and for access
> purposes.  They also require I not give them too wide a range.

Is an application proxy that your servers can go through practical?
This might have a no-autoconfig address.

spz at serpens.de (S.P.Zeidler)

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