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NAT VS NAT-T

Hi All,

What is the difference between NAT & NAt Traversal?

Thanks

Ganesh

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Re: NAT VS NAT-T

NAT is the function of translating an ip address into another address, NAT-T is a function that is negotiated in IPSec to enable vpn tunnels to be established through nat using udp port 4500 encapsulation of ipsec data, NAT-T differs from legacy Cisco UDP encapsulation by being an open standard.

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Re: NAT VS NAT-T

NAT is the function of translating an ip address into another address, NAT-T is a function that is negotiated in IPSec to enable vpn tunnels to be established through nat using udp port 4500 encapsulation of ipsec data, NAT-T differs from legacy Cisco UDP encapsulation by being an open standard.

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Re: NAT VS NAT-T

Thanks for the reply Jan

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