what is the difference between IP masquerading and nat?

do both of them have the same limitation?

in the line "IP masquerading cannot provide full internet connections to the hosts which hide behind it" does this line imply for nat?

can I use IP masquerading in the router instead of nat?


IP masquerading is just another name for NAT/NAPT, commonly used on Linux systems. Both mean the same thing.

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