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Address Mapping Network Address Translation (NAT) allows IP addresses used in a private local network to be mapped to one or more addresses used in the public, global Internet. This feature limits the number of public IP addresses required from the ISP and also maintains the privacy and security of the local network. We allow one or more than one public IP address to be mapped to a pool of local addresses. Address Mapping 1. Global IP: . . . is transformed as multiple virtual IPs     from  . . . to . . . 2. Global IP: . . . is transformed as multiple virtual IPs     from  . . . to . . . 3. Global IP: . . . is transformed as multiple virtual IPs     from  . . . to . . . 4. Global IP: . . . is transformed as multiple virtual IPs     from  . . . to . . . 5. Global IP: . . . is transformed as multiple virtual IPs     from  . . . to . . . 6. Global IP: . . . is transformed as multiple virtual IPs     from  . . . to . . . 7. Global IP: . . . is transformed as multiple virtual IPs     from  . . . to . . . 8. Global IP: . . . is transformed as multiple virtual IPs     from  . . . to . . . 9. Global IP: . . . is transformed as multiple virtual IPs     from  . . . to . . . 10. Global IP: . . . is transformed as multiple virtual IPs     from  . . . to . . .
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