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[Discuss] selecting a subnet

On 9/10/2014 6:22 PM, Jason Normand wrote:
> If you are running your own firewall you could also NAT to the corporate
> network if you can not get a specific subnet.

This is the worst possible thing to do from a technical perspective.
Double NAT is bad for a variety of reasons.

The correct solution for adding devices to corporate networks is to
consult corporate IT and follow their recommendations. Failure to do so
is probably a violation of the acceptable use policy that you signed
when you were hired and may be grounds for termination.

Rich P.

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