This is not possible. Think of one PC, say, 172.16.0.1. When it browses one website, it has a dynamic source port; when it opens another TCP/IP session to outside world, another dynamic source port is used, and so on. These concurrent sessions are working because the NAT router dynamically maps ports. One port on the NAT router maps to only one port on an inside ip address.
Today I'm going to talk about SD-wan including SD-WAN advanced , first thing let's take a small brief about the SD_WAN. What is SD-WAN? SD-WAN is Software define wide area network and SD-WAN is key part of the technology of sof...
Leopold Fisher, Cisco Meraki IoT specialist, will introduce you to new and innovative additions to the Meraki portfolio coming in April 2021.
Meraki Vision Session
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Dynamic Routing Protocols & IPv6
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The cat's out of the bag! In October 2020, Cisco announced the Next Generation of Enterprising Routing Platforms: the Catalyst 8000 Edge Platforms Family including the Catalyst 8200, Catalyst 8300, Catalyst 8500, and Catalyst 8000V. The new family of Cats...
Community Live- Smart Licensing Using Policy (Routing) – A Simplified Licensing Approach
(Live event - Tuesday, 18 May, 2021 at 9:00 am Pacific/ 1:00 pm Eastern / 7:00 pm Paris)
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