Cheap LSN/CGN/NAT444 Solution

Owen DeLong owen at delong.com
Tue Jul 1 00:27:45 UTC 2014


With enough horsepower, iptables+Linux is adequate for this, depending on your
requirements.

I would want to put as little money as possible behind CGN in favor of moving as
much as possible towards IPv6 instead.

Owen

On Jun 29, 2014, at 22:59 , Skeeve Stevens <skeeve+nanog at eintellegonetworks.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
> 
> I am sure this is something that a reasonable number of people would have
> done on this list.
> 
> I am after a LSN/CGN/NAT444 solution to put about 1000 Residential profile
> NBN speeds (fastest 100/40) services behind.
> 
> I am looking at a Cisco ASR1001/2, pfSense and am willing to consider other
> options, including open source.... Obviously the cheaper the better.
> 
> This solution is for v4 only, and needs to consider the profile of the
> typical residential users.  Any pitfalls would be helpful to know - as in
> what will and and more importantly wont work - or any work-arounds which
> may work.
> 
> This solution is not designed to be long lasting (maybe 6-9 months)... it
> is to get the solution going for up to 1000 users, and once it reaches that
> point then funds will be freed up to roll out a more robust, carrier-grade
> and long term solution (which will include v6). So no criticism on not
> doing v6 straight up please.
> 
> Happy for feedback off-list of any solutions that people have found work
> well...
> 
> Note, I am in Australia so any vendors which aren't easily accessible down
> here, won't be useful.
> 
> 
> ...Skeeve
> 
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