In today’s interconnected world, where everything we do leaves behind a trail, it has become increasingly crucial to safeguard our privacy and maintain our anonymity. One of the factors that can expose our identity is our IP address. This means that websites, social media platforms, government authorities, and others have the ability to monitor our
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Carrier-Grade NAT (CGNAT) allows ISPs to provide internet access to a large number of their customers using a limited number of public IP addresses. It is a “temporary” solution to the IPv4 address exhaustion problem, and it is expected to be fully phased out once IPv6 is widely adopted. CGNAT has amazing benefits for ISPs.