Ch 10. – Network Address Translation

Man, so much going on. I’ve been writing about leadership and responsibility on linkedin and playing music, which, trust me, im aware is a hobby but it requires an alarming amount of brain power to do everything needed to write and record music in any fashion but you would not believe what it takes to get software working and create something thats remotely functional. Now im adding in more complicated guitar and piano bits to my beats. It doesn’t make them more or less valid but I’m finding the musicianship interesting.

Realizing that paragraphs exist and that I use the word anyway insted of forming a new paragraph for some reason. Quick note about Adobe and wondering if anyone else finds this annoying as hell and its not local to one install, when you click a linked chapter or section in the book marks section it changes the view, every single time and this effects screen shots. I may be the only person that finds this annoying and im sure there is away to set the default zoom but its still annoying. So before we start into chapter 10, lets figure out if there is a way to set that.

Turns out there is, you click edit and then preferences. This may also save from having 2 screen shots in one answer as well. I did have to google this one. I mean, you know I dont troubleshoot this product and I’m not going to go so far as to say the interface is intuitive but I’m sure for people who use this its like coding in JS or something, you know? Just another flavor.

Now, we will have to wait and see if it actually saves the preferences but so far so good.

Lets get into this chapter.

Holy shit lol, I mean, there is a lot going on here. I mean, ok, right so there’s thing called NAT, you may have heard of it. Basically use what ever you want as a gateway for your org and then do whatever behind it. I mean, there are some vague concepts to use so that its like possible for people to understand the way your org is laid out that are not that weird guy that thought that site 48 should be on subnet 92 haha but conceptually, i think im understanding this but no I dont think a 200, is a great way to start your morning but lets have it,,, greg.

yeah, “summarizes multiple networks” clearly indi…nevermind… haha that wasnt in the question but it was information!

I hate memorizing this but it would maybe, not really. there isnt much reason to know this off the top of your head.

This is kind of tricky because you want to think its a generic router comment which it sort of is but static routes are always configured right? So you would think it would be inside that the translation would be done? C?

A, would make sense as the router isnt aware of the destination if its not offering DHCP which most of the time the router would not be doing that.

Haha I have no clue at all.

The ACL part here makes sense but I’m unclear on what a source list 1 is.

I dont really know what this is but I would guess A and C

Well, there are 7 addresses and 7 allocated

Ok, at this point I have copied the questions into the window. You may be unaware of this but I used to save every thing locally into a folder and then realized I could screen shot, copy and paste into the wordpress poster and then hit send and its all uploaded. I dont actually read the questions and answers as its a large amount of text but this is the point where I click another link to see if Adobe has actually saved my default of staying at 100% page size. … and uha, iiiiit did not.

Well, I just got done with this chapter and it took a little more concentration than I was expecting. Really not breaking fitness and study speed records this year but you know, it is what it is. I’m getting sleepy and I’m ready for the week ahead. I would also love to be done with this book haha

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