Network Address Translator

Network Address Translator

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The patent related to network address translator (NAT) traversal in Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) communication system (#9,473,452) covers an innovation that enables a call control server to use an algorithm to select from proxy servers to route a VoIP session between endpoint devices.
RFC 5245: Interactive Connectivity Establishment (ICE): A Protocol for Network Address Translator (NAT) Traversal for Offer/Answer Protocols
Other features will include fully integrated CableHome-ready Network Address Translator (NAT), a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server, parental control and firewall technology.
NET to create collaborative applications that take advantage of Groove software's unique services, including support for on- and off-line use, continuous data synchronization, transparent end-to-end security, and automatic firewall and network address translator (NAT) traversal.
This enables a home PC or router, telephone and fax machine to have access to the Internet simultaneously, using a single broadband connection and without the need for a router or a Network Address Translator (NAT) device.
However, this functionality is not desirable in many cases, most notably when the client is behind a Network Address Translator (NAT) and so such a message will never reach the target recipient.
NET-connected software, developers can create collaborative applications that take advantage of Groove software's unique services, including support for on- and off-line use, continuous data synchronization, transparent end-to-end security, and automatic firewall and network address translator (NAT) traversal.
Nevod's NAT1000 is now the ONLY Network Address Translator (NAT) product that supports the Multimedia Videoconferencing capabilities of Microsoft's popular Netmeeting package.
NAT1000 for Windows 95 is based on the company's Windows NT class, high performance Network Address Translator product.
Furthermore, devices connected to PsipTN are assured of seamless traversal of signal and media across different firewalls and network address translators (NAT), Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) gateways and web proxies.
In the seminar, Comer will examine the purpose of technologies including switches, routers, network address translators and TCP splicers.
Additionally contained in the network security plan is a detailed assessment on security issues surrounding firewalls and Network address Translators (NAT).

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