I was looking at my router config earlier and came across something i dont really understand about NAT.
Say i was to diable NAT on the router, would each of the PC's on my network get a 'real world' ip address from my ISP?
This is what it said in the manual:
"The PCs on your LAN must have real, registered IP addresses, not private, nonroutable IP addresses such as 192.168.0.x."
what does it mean that they must have a real registered ip address?
if someone could explain about what happens when you disable NAT i would appreciate it