NAT32 is an application that will offer to all computers on your private LANs direct Internet access via one or more Internet connections.
NAT32 runs only on the computer with the Internet connection(s) and acts as an enhanced IP Router for the other computers on your private networks.
The computer running NAT32 retains totally unmodified Internet access, and all applications on that computer will continue to run as before.
On your other computers, most of your networking applications will require no reconfiguration, they simply pass all Internet packets to the NAT32 router, which forwards them to the Internet.
Here are some key features of "NAT32":
· Designed for demanding users with complex private LAN topologies and multiple Internet connections.
· Runs on all 32-bit Windows Platforms.
· Support for up to 16 adapters of almost any type.
· Supports multiple default routes.
· Supports Connection Aggregation. Use two or more Analog or DSL Modems at once for high throughput.
· A unique type of routing by source address allows any private network to use a specific Internet interface.
· No renumbering of existing private networks required.
· Full DUN Server support on all platforms.
· Enhanced Configuration Dialogs.
· Enhanced Administration features.
· Toolbar for one-click access to commonly used features.
· Enhanced Tracing features including raw PPPoE.
· Supports ProxyARP.
· Enhanced PPPoE support for ADSL users.
· Automatic settings change detection for any adapter.
· SNMP and RIP support.
· Compatible with Windows Internet Connection Sharing.
· A Host Transfer mode allows networking applications on the NAT32 machine itself to use multiple Internet connections.
· WEB-based user interface, wildcard URLs.
· NAT Check Version 3 compliant (including UDP/TCP loopback translation).
· The NAT32 demo version excludes several useful features and stops forwarding packets after 2 hours.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Major changes in the support for Mobile Broadband devices. Such devices may appear in the system as WWAN devices, not RAS devices. This means that the familiar RAS Dialing mechanisms will not work and that special dialers (Connection Managers) are needed.
· Error in the DNS Mapping mechanism fixed. This fixes the problem of no extended DNS features for DNS servers that are not on the network of the Internet connection.