extending NAT

Tao Zhao taozhao at cs.nyu.edu
Thu May 2 01:22:36 BST 2002

> Client IP address is very important for analyzing the traffic for
> marketing people.  Get rid of the CIP will make web server
> has no way to log where the traffic coming from, thus totally
> blind the marketing people, that is very undesirable for many
> use.

Very good point, but this will not be an issue for my research project.

> Do you have to allocate a table for tracking these changes, too?
> That will further slow down the director.

I guess I can use the original connection hash table. Only minor changes
are needed: using the newly allocate port number instead of the orginal
director port number when hashing.


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