[unisog] Public or Private IP addresses?

Antonio Quesada aquesada at guc.usg.edu
Fri Oct 14 13:18:46 GMT 2005

What I would like to say is, if you decide to start using Dynamic NAT,
be sure to keep a very good log of which internal 
address gets which external address when. I am talking (for example) of
a FreeBSD box running syslogd.
This way you can do some tracking in case of something. I guess for
static NAT my point
is useless. 

Antonio Quesada
Network Manager, OIT
Gwinnett University Center
1000 University Center Lane Suite B3800
Lawrenceville, GA 30043

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[mailto:unisog-bounces at lists.sans.org] On Behalf Of Stejerean, Cosmin
Sent: Thursday, October 13, 2005 6:44 PM
To: UNIversity Security Operations Group
Subject: [unisog] Public or Private IP addresses?

DePaul University uses public IP addresses for all of the computers on
campus. I have heard from people at other universities that they use
IP address ranges internally and then map private to public IP ranges.

I am wondering how the network is setup at other universities and what
people on the list think about advantages and disadvantages of picking
over the other.


Cosmin Stejerean

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