NAT hole punching revisited


Setting up connections to hosts behind Network Address Translation (NAT) equipment has last been the subject of research debates half a decade ago when NAT technology was still immature. This paper fills this gap and provides a solid comparison of two essential TCP hole punching approaches: sequential and parallel TCP hole punching. The comparison features… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/LCN.2011.6115173


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@article{Maier2011NATHP, title={NAT hole punching revisited}, author={Daniel Maier and Oliver Haase and J{\"u}rgen W{\"a}sch and Marcel Waldvogel}, journal={2011 IEEE 36th Conference on Local Computer Networks}, year={2011}, pages={147-150} }