CCNA Study Guide Chapter 12 Summary

Chapter 12 explored concepts relating to Network Address Translation (NAT), outlining how it can be used to allow privately addressed internal hosts to access Internet resources. Three different NAT techniques were looked at, including static NAT, dynamic NAT, and overloading (PAT). The ability to create mappings to allow Internet hosts to gain access to privately addressed internal servers was also discussed.

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