You have a small network at home that is connected to the internet. On your home network you have a server with the IP address of 192.168.55.199/16. You have a single public address that is shared by all hosts on your private network. You want to configure the server as a web server and allow Internet hosts to contact the server to browse a persona Web site. What should you use to allow access?
Which of the following in NOT one of the ranges of IP addresses define in RFC 1918 that are commonly used behind a NAT server?
You are the network administrator for a small company that implements NAT to access the Internet. However, you recently acquired 5 servers that must be accessible from outside your network. Your ISP has provided you with 5 additional registered IP addresses to support these new servers but you don't want the public to access these servers directly. You want to place these servers behind your firewall on the inside network yet still allow them to be accessible to the public from the outside. Which method of NAT translation should you implement for these 5 servers?
YOU want to connect your small company network to the Internet. Your ISP provides you with a single IP address that is to be shared between all hosts on your private network. You do not want external hosts to be able to initiate connection to internal hosts. What type of NAT should you implement?