Is it possible to put a Droplet behind NAT? So I can simulate a Computer in another normal Network that is typically behind a NAT.

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Hi there @paulhannefortho,

I could suggest checking out this tutorial here on how to forward ports through a Linux gateway with Iptables:

https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-forward-ports-through-a-linux-gateway-with-iptables

It goes through the process of permitting forwarding at the kernel level, setting up access to allow forwarding of the specific port’s traffic between two interfaces on the firewall system, and configuring the NAT rules so that the packets can be routed accordingly.

Hope that this helps!
Regards,
Bobby

by Justin Ellingwood
NAT, or network address translation, is a general term for mangling packets in order to redirect them to an alternative address. Usually, this is used to allow traffic to transcend network boundaries. A host that implements NAT typically has access to two or more...
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