Network Address Translation (NAT)
A routing technology used by many firewalls to hide internal system addresses from an external network through use of an addressing schema.
See NIST SP 800-41 Rev. 1 for more information.
A mechanism for mapping addresses on one network to addresses on another network, typically private addresses to public addresses.
See NIST SP 800-77 under Network Address Translation [Superseded] for more information.
The process of mapping addresses on one network to addresses on another network.
See NIST SP 800-86 under Network Address Translation for more information.