Can I emulate NAT?

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  1. tonyseeking

    tonyseeking Former Poster

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    Please don't laugh.. but this may be one of the craziest questions you ever read :)

    I connect to the internet using a Wireless USB key, by a ISP in Australia called 3.

    Is there any way to emulate NAT so the USB modem thinks NAT is active and turned on?

    Perhaps some type of NAT emulator?
     
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  2. tipstir

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    Can use Windows Server 2003 as NAT it has that feature built-in. You can buy a very small wireless G router like those Belkin would work better to set them up as hardware NAT/SPI. Also there is software NAT available too, it's router software. It's kind of unstable. There is a freeware one also called.. NetVeda

    http://www.spychecker.com/program/netvadanet.html More here about it..
     
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    tonyseeking Former Poster

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    So what does NetVeda do that COMODO or OA cannot?
     
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    Here try NAT32 (NAT32 Windows Software Router)
    http://www.nat32.com/
     
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    tonyseeking Former Poster

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    Thanks, but Vista is not supported :(
     
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    NAT32 works just fine on window server 2008 sp1, at least for me. Not that I recommend this if you're running server 2008.

    so it probably also works ok on Vista as well...
     
  7. tipstir

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    It's should then because Server 2008 kennel is based off Vista.
     
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