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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 11, November 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Design And Configuration Of Static Network Address Translation Techniques Method Using Cisco Packet Tracer Tool

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AUTHOR(S)

Dr. Rajamohan Parthasarathy, Ms. Preethy Ayyappan

 

KEYWORDS

Static NAT, Local IP Address, Global IP Address, Inside Local IP Address, Inside Global IP Address, Outside Local IP Address, Outside Global IP Address, IP NAT Inside and IP NAT Outside.

 

ABSTRACT

The explosive growth of internet and increases of business and home networks mainly depends on the Network Address Translation (NAT) because the insufficient of available IP addresses. IP address is mandatorily required to communicate on the internet from one computer to another computer. In computer networks the single device of a router is acting as an agent between the local area network and internet as allowable by Network Address Translation. This technology of Network Address Translation may help in many ways for the Network System Engineers and Networks Administrators especially to reduce the cost and timing when they are configuring the part of IP addresses. The same relatively simple IP address configuration problems to be solved by this Network Address Translation techniques. The ability of NAT enable to translate from one group of or set of addresses to another group of or set addresses. The NAT enables the data traffic from a particular client or host to appear as it comes from another client or host and process it as transparently. The pool of IP addresses are provided by router and to be used by local area network and only a single IP addresses required to represent the this all group of clients or hosts. Three categories of NAT available especially in computer networks mainly that Static Network Address Translation (Static NAT), Dynamic Network Address Translation (Dynamic NAT) and Port Address Translation (PNAT). I would like to focus more on this paper on Static NAT design and configurations techniques using Cisco Packet Tracer Simulation tools for networking people.

 

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