What is the point of public addresses in Layer 2? Why or when do we need it? When is it healthy to use? Or is it even a common thing?
Sorry I am kinda new at networking and I just googled it but couldn't find any discussions about it.
The definition I found on Google was this one:
One-to-one (1:1) Layer 2 NAT is a service that allows the assignment of a unique public IP address to an existing private IP address (end device), so that the end device can communicate on both the private and public subnets.