Watching the lectures for Network+, I remember the idea of needing 3000 IP addresses but not wanting to waste 62,000+ IP addresses. How does one get NAT come up with 3000 IP addresses without wasting 62,000+ IP addresses. You stated that only 1 party could access the master public IP address, right?
How does one come up with 3,000 IP addresses without wasting 62,000+ IP addresses?
You would have to configure dynamic NAT or NAT pooling. You could also consider doing NAT overloading. The issue with overloading is that the limitation is 16 bit port numbers.
With NAT pooling you're limited by creating the pool with 3000 public IP addresses, which if have from your ISP, great job.
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