IP MASQUERADING: A Network Address Translation Technique

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Chiranji Lal Chowdhary
Prashant P.J.


IP Masquerade, called "IPMASQ" or "MASQ" for short, is a form of Network Address Translation (NAT) which allows internally
connected computers that do not have one or more registered Internet IP addresses to communicate to the Internet via the server's Internet IP
address. Since IPMASQ is a generic technology, you can connect the server's internal and external to other computers through LAN
technologies like Ethernet, Token Ring, and FDDI, as well as dialup connections line PPP or SLIP links. In this paper/work we primarily used
Ethernet and PPP connections because it is most commonly used with DSL or Cable modems and dialup connections.


Keywords: Network Address Translation (NAT), Network Address Port Translation (NAPT), Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP), Internet
Service Provider (ISP), Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP), Digital Subscriber Line (DSL), Serial Line Internet Protocol (SLIP), Fiber Distributed
Data Interface (FDDI).


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