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This draft is a work item of the Network Address Translators Working Group of the IETF.
Title : NAT Friendly Application Design Guidelines
Author(s) : D. Senie
Filename : draft-ietf-nat-app-guide-05.txt
Pages : 10
Date : 22-Mar-01
While many common Internet applications will operate cleanly in the
presence of Network Address Translators, others suffer from a variety
of problems when crossing these devices. This document discusses
those things which application designers might wish to consider when
designing new protocols. Guidelines are presented herein to help
ensure new protocols and applications will, to the extent possible,
be compatible with NAT.
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