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	Title		: Establishing Reachability Behind NATs
	Author(s)	: M. Shore
	Filename	: draft-shore-nat-reachability-00.txt
	Pages		: 14
	Date		: 2004-3-26
	
One of the most persistent, difficult problems introduced with NATs
     is voluntary reachability -- a NATted device making itself avail-
     able to the public internet.  This paper is an overview of the cur-
     rent status of reachability, a decomposition of the problem and a
     proposal for going forward.

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