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Double NAT in this situation would not be a viable solution. This is somewhat of a non-ideal network setup but I am guessing based on the information you have provided you are using some type of business internet connection via your ISP which requires you to share the /24 on that untrust side of your PAN. Keeping this design simple would make your life a lot ...


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How does the process of replacing the incoming message (say from stackexchange) to the router, and modifying the header with my PC IP happen? Since you're referring to Stack Exchange, you seem to mean source NAT (NAPT) which is used for private-to-public translation, especially for Internet access. For a new outgoing connection, the NAT router creates an ...


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