On Sun, 2013-03-31 at 22:32 -0400, Jay Ashworth wrote:
This thought crossed my mind earlier today, when I asked Jeff if
packets would make it through a NAT, outbound. He said no (I think),
I'm not entirely sure that's right.
Welll - the packets might make it out, and be transmitted into the
Internet, but they would have a legitimate source address, namely an
outside address of the NAT router. A side effect of NAT is to clamp the
source address range of outbound packets to the configured NAT outside