Last Updated on February 21, 2021 by Admin
A user is setting up a home wireless network. A global address is to be used in NAT translations for traffic flowing through the wireless router. How is this global address assigned?
- The host devices will select an unused IP address on the LAN for performing NAT through the wireless router.
- The default gateway IP address of the LAN device is used as the global address for NAT translations through the wireless router.
- The network administrator will choose an available IP address from the LAN and configure the global addressing of the wireless router.
- The wireless router will act as a DHCP client in order to receive global addressing from the ISP.