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I-D ACTION:draft-kuniaki-capsulated-nats-02.txt



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	Title		: Capsulated Network Address Translation with 
                          Sub-Address(C-NATS)
	Author(s)	: K. Kondo
	Filename	: draft-kuniaki-capsulated-nats-02.txt
	Pages		: 15
	Date		: 26-Jun-02
	
Many home user networks or enterprise networks are using the address
translation technology (NAT[1]) at the boundary of their end-networks
for various reasons.
One disadvantage of the use of the address translation technology is
that it might disable two-way transparent communication.
This document specifies the enhancement of the address translation
technology, which it adds 'sub-address' to current IP address space to
enable NAT inside/outside hosts to setup transparent communication in
both direction through enhanced NAT routers.
This enhancement is called  'C-NATS' (Capsulated Network Address
Translation with Sub-Address) and the word 'NATS' used in this
document implies 'C-NATS'.

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