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CGN Logging: Horror Stories and Happy Endings

This is a horror story. Lucky for you, it comes with a happy ending. I gave a lightning talk on CGN logging at NANOG 54 in San Diego which started with those very words. The abstract lays out the high points: Per-connection logging is one of the major hurdles when deploying a CGN system in […]

CGN Logging: Horror Stories and Happy Endings is a post from don't panic – One Network Architect's View of Life, the Internet, and Everything.


NAT444 (CGN/LSN) and What it Breaks

Before we look at what breaks, I should probably make sure that you know what it is that I’m talking about here. If you already know all about traditional NAT and address overloading, skip to the NAT444 section. If you are familiar with that as well, feel free to skip right to the list of […]

NAT444 (CGN/LSN) and What it Breaks is a post from don't panic – One Network Architect's view of Life, the Internet, and Everything.