I'm having a bit of trouble grasping this, but it is probably me being a moron.
I've recently had to familiarise myself with
NAT overload for some network changes we have planned at work. Diving in to it, I can honestly say that I see no difference between NAT overload and standard
It shows a pretty diagram on orbit-computer-solutions.com that it gets internal IPs, sends them to a router, which then uses NAT overload to send it off in to the web. But, isn't this the regular functionality of NAT in a router?
Is there any key difference between the functionality of NAT overload and regular NAT through a router? I've seen a few things about PAT, but I thought that PAT fell under regular NAT too?