Please see the picture first.
Let someone ping from PC1 to PC2 (which has no default gateway). Would it be possible for the ping to successfully reach to PC2 and then come back in the fashion mentioned in the picture?
I have got this question in my mind because of the NAT. I think one would be able to ping PC2 successfully because the router will forward that ping to PC2 and the PC2 would assume that the 192.168.2.1 (which is in its network) has pinged it so now it would reply to 192.168.2.1 which will in turn send that reply back to PC1.
Am I right, or am I in complete darkness?
Can you please tell me what would happen in this scenario?