I read online that a dynamic NAT implemented router creates a firewall between your internal and outside networks.
And this NAT only allows connections that originates from your network. Meaning external computer can't connect to you unless you first iniate the contact.
And Static NAT dosen't to have this terrific purpose.
Question : How do you check if your current broadband router is using STATIC or DYNAMIC NAT?
THanks for your patience!