What makes many look like one?

August 4, 2010

What network configuration is commonly used to convert a number of internal IP addresses to a single external IP address?

A) Source Network Address Translation

B) Destination Network Address Translation

C) Subnetting


E) A Really Big Abacas

The answer: A) Source Network Address Translation

Remember: When many SOURCE addresses are translated to another address, it’s called Source Network Address Translation.

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