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A network is a set of interconnected objects. It can be depicted graphicaly using named graphs (dots with named, connective lines) to physically map out the network connections, or mathematically, using a forumla or expression to denote degree of relatedness and labels to denote the type of relationship being observed.


NAT

Network Address Translation (NAT) is a method of remapping one IP address space into another by modifying network address information in Internet Protocol (IP) datagram packet headers while they are in transit across a traffic routing device.[1] The technique was originally used for ease of rerouting traffic in IP networks without readdressing every host. In more advanced NAT implementations featuring IP masquerading, it has become a popular and essential tool in conserving global address space allocations in face of IPv4 address exhaustion by sharing one Internet-routable IP address of a NAT gateway for an entire private network.

IP masquerading is a technique that hides an entire IP address space, usually consisting of private IP addresses, behind a single IP address in another, usually public address space. The address that has to be hidden is changed into a single (public) IP address as "new" source address of the outgoing IP packet so it appears as originating not from the hidden host but from the routing device itself. Because of the popularity of this technique to conserve IPv4 address space, the term NAT has become virtually synonymous with IP masquerading.

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  1. Configuring NAT for IP Address Conservation: https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/ios-xml/ios/ipaddr_nat/configuration/15-mt/nat-15-mt-book/iadnat-addr-consv.html
  2. Two websites give different values for my IP: https://superuser.com/questions/541720/two-websites-give-different-values-for-my-ip
  3. How to Install the No-IP DUC on Raspberry Pi: https://www.noip.com/support/knowledgebase/install-ip-duc-onto-raspberry-pi/
  4. SSH Tunneling With PuTTY: https://www.ibm.com/support/pages/ssh-tunneling-putty
  5. How to Set Up SSH Tunnel with PuTTY: https://kirelos.com/how-to-set-up-ssh-tunnel-with-putty/
  6. How to Configure an SSH Tunnel on PuTTY: https://blog.devolutions.net/2017/4/how-to-configure-an-ssh-tunnel-on-putty
  7. Access Your Raspberry Pi From Outside Your Home or Local Network: https://www.dexterindustries.com/howto/access-your-raspberry-pi-from-outside-your-home-or-local-network/
  8. Raspberry Pi - access from the internet using no-ip: https://www.stuffaboutcode.com/2012/06/raspberry-pi-access-from-internet-using.html
  9. Raspberry Pi - Setting a Static IP Address: https://www.stuffaboutcode.com/2012/05/raspberry-pi-setting-static-ip-address.html
  10. Using SSH to Connect to Your Raspberry Pi Over The Internet: https://blog.robertelder.org/ssh-connect-to-raspberry-pi-over-internet/
  11. How to access your Raspberry Pi Home Assistant Smart Home Hub from outside your home: https://raspberrypihq.com/how-to-access-your-raspberry-pi-home-assistant-smart-home-hub-from-outside-your-home/
  12. Open Source as the Future of IT: http://java.dzone.com/articles/open-source-future-it

See Also

Internet | Net Neutrality | Network Externality | Social Networking | Proxy | Firewall | Security