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Dynamic Napt (ip Masquerade); Static Napt (port Forwarding) - Panasonic KX-NS1000 Installation Manual

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8.6.15 Dynamic NAPT (IP masquerade)

Description
This feature dynamically changes the address and port of packets accessing the WAN from the LAN. This
makes it possible for multiple devices to connect to the outside.
You can enable and disable this feature for each built-in router.
Note
The PBX must remember the mapping of IP addresses and ports for packets leaving the LAN. Therefore,
it is not possible to directly access a LAN-side device from the WAN side.
This acts as a security measure, preventing unauthorised access from outside the LAN.
Conditions
This PBX supports only dynamic NAPT (IP masquerade). It does not support dynamic NAT.
Protocols that can use this feature are: TCP(6), UDP(17), and ICMP (1). For ICMP, the ICMP query ID is
changed instead of the port number.
If the router is being used as an edge router, the dynamic NAPT feature will be enabled. If the router is
being used as a local router, the dynamic NAPT feature will be disabled.
Conforming RFCs
RFC 1631: The IP Network Address Translator (NAT)
RFC 2391: Load Sharing using IP Network Address Translation (LSNAT)
PC Programming Manual References
27.3.1 Router Configuration—Setup—[1-3-1] LAN—IPv4

8.6.16 Static NAPT (Port Forwarding)

Description
By mapping a specific port on the WAN side (for example 80 for HTTP) to a device on the LAN side (IP address
and port), packets that arrive on the WAN side at the specified port can be forwarded to the device.
The static NAPT (port forwarding) feature can be enabled and disabled for each built-in router.
Conditions
This PBX supports only static NAPT (port mapping/static IP masquerade). It does not support static NAT.
A maximum of 64 entries can be registered.
Protocols that can use this feature are: TCP(6), UDP(17), and ICMP (1).
You can set a range of ports using the condition that the WAN-side port number and LAN-side port number
be the same number.
A maximum of 4096 sessions can be managed. This session number includes dynamic NAPT settings.
Conforming RFCs:
RFC 1631: The IP Network Address Translator (NAT)
RFC 2391: Load Sharing using IP Network Address Translation (LSNAT)
PC Programming Manual References
27.3.1 Router Configuration—Setup—[1-3-1] LAN—IPv4
8.6.16 Static NAPT (Port Forwarding)
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