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PostPosted: Wed Mar 23, 2011 7:36 am 
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Which IP address is used for routing data packets on the Internet? Is overloading being used? A router on a home network is assigned an IP address of 128.123.45.67. A computer in the home network is assigned a private IP address of 192.168.10.62. This computer is assigned the public IP address 128.123.45.67:1922. Which IP address is used for routing data packets on the Internet? Is overloading being used?
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 23, 2011 8:06 am 
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This sounds confusing.
I assume you have a home router which is connected to a
provider and gets a public IP address by this provider via
DHCP (or has a fixed IP assigned by the provider).
In addition to this, you configured a port on the WAN side
(means: Internet side) to route packets to an internal PC
with an internal IP address (from external port 1922 to the
internal PC to port ????).
Your router will do NAT (network address translation) and
because of that, the only IP address visible on the WAN side
is the one assigned by your provider (no matter what you
configured for internal port redirection).
If you would send your internal IP address to the router of
your provider, the packet would get filtered and discarded.
Internal IP addresses are this: INTERNAL.

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