NAT proxy concepts
RoKlein at roklein.de
Tue Apr 15 00:47:27 PDT 2003
How about IPSEC before NAT?
Works wonders if you got non-overlapping RFC1918 networks on the ends.
(Dunno if you can do it with FreeBSD, though. I set up a Linux solution
quite a while ago)
On Tuesday 15 April 2003 05:01, vizion communication wrote:
> Hi Guys
> I have been taking a close look at some networking
> opportunities which are being frustrated by the limits which
> are imposed by NAT. In particular the constraints impose by
> the embargo on double NATing have an impact for a project I
> am working on. Has anyone ever seen anything which I would
> conceptually describe as a reverse NAT proxy?
> What I want to be able to do is to be able to create a
> heirarchical tier of networks each one of which
> communicates to the network above by using a modification of
> NAT enjoying the capability of identifying a subnet number
> and client.
> Does ayone know enough about this subject to point me in the
> direction (which may be - forget about it there is no way it
> can be done..:-)
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