Explain NAT translations

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Aug 18th, 2010
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Hello!

Can any one explain such NAT translations:


icmp x.x.x.x:603996200 10.4.1.98:603996200 80.70.225.202:78979768 80.70.225.202:78979768

icmp x.x.x.x:603996194 10.4.1.98:603996194 91.124.17.224:80140352 91.124.17.224:80140352

icmp x.x.x.x:536887300 10.4.1.98:536887300 91.210.176.253:80140352 91.210.176.253:80140352

icmp x.x.x.x:536887300 10.4.1.98:536887300 91.124.8.147:80140352 91.124.8.147:80140352

icmp x.x.x.x:536887298 10.4.1.98:536887298 91.78.249.184:80140352 91.78.249.184:80140352

icmp x.x.x.x:80121280 10.4.1.98:80121280 82.207.94.209:78979768 82.207.94.209:78979768



if such translations happens this NAT user cant't create new translations.

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Phillip Remaker Mon, 08/30/2010 - 12:32
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What do you mean when you say "NAT user can't create new translations?"


What is the end user doing that is generating icmp traffic to such a diverse set of nodes (all of which seem to be end users on an ISP).

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