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masquerading

(networking)
"NAT" (Linux kernel name).

masquerading

(messaging)
Hiding the names of internal e-mail client and gateway machines from the outside world by rewriting the "From" address and other headers as the message leaves the organisation.

This is good practise because external users do not need to know about internal changes in message routing. The external mail gateway needs to know how to route incoming replies back to the original sender.
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Masquerading Politics is an impressive and meticulous study of the origins and evolution of the Egungun and Gelede masquerade traditions around the historical town of Otta in south-western Nigeria.
Mr Waiganjo is accused of masquerading as a senior police officer.
The rest, as we have seen recently in DRC, Gabon, Cameroon and so many other countries, is merely ineffective governance masquerading as spectacle.
This values of Okumkpo masquerading kept it relevant and persistent as a corrective measure in the Ehugbo community despite modern measures that are now put in place in line with western civilization.
Della, "Docetaxel-induced systemic sclerosis with internal organ involvement masquerading as congestive heart failure," Case Reports in Immunology, vol.
Synopsis: For over 14 years, Philip DiMeo, a talented cartoonist and social worker, led a double life, masquerading as a fully sighted person, while becoming blind.
In Nunley's terms, the process of masquerading and the object of the mask are concrete phenomena that have shifting and dynamic meanings.
With The Jumbles' Playing Ground, Robert Nicholls adds to this growing scholarship by offering a detailed examination of early forms of masquerading in the Eastern Caribbean.
Close attention to the novel's formal and structural masking--revealed in and by its characterization of masquerading women--results in a reading of gender as a way to frame the novel's complex representation of authorship and narrative.
Breeden offers advice on how to resist the bad habits masquerading as virtues and avoid the potentially career-limiting effects of the most common sacred cows.
Khar, Oct 29 (ANI): Three "common criminals" were beheaded by militants in Pakistan for allegedly masquerading as the Taliban while stealing and kidnapping for ransom.
During initial questioning, the girls gave police the phone number of the 38-year-old suspect, who was allegedly masquerading as their father.