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Title : Capsulated Network Address Translation with
Author(s) : K. Kondo
Filename : draft-kuniaki-capsulated-nats-00.txt
Pages : 11
Date : 13-Nov-01
Networks which are using IPv4 addresses are using the address
translation technologies such as NAT at end-networks for
various reasons. However, those technologies sometimes prevent
two-way transparently communications.
This document will define a way to enhance address translation
technologies such as NAT. This way will be able to communicate
transparently by adding a sub-address to IPv4.
This enhancement will be called 'C-NATS'(Capsulated Network Address
Translation with Sub-Address). However, 'C-NATS' will be call 'NATS'
in this document.
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