How does NAT overloading provide one-to-many address translation?
- It uses a pool of addresses
- It converts IPV4 addresses to unused IPv6 Addresses
- assigns a unique TCP/UDP port to each session
- It uses virtual MAC Address and Virtual IP Addresses
Explanation: By adding the keyword “overload” at the end of a NAT statement, NAT becomes PAT (Port Address Translation). This is also a kind of dynamic NAT that maps multiple private IP addresses to a single public IP address (many-to-one) by using different ports.
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