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Re: Bug#449098: ITP: natpmp -- NAT Port Mapping daemon

Am Samstag, 3. November 2007 schrieb Bernd Zeimetz:
> Out of curiosity: What does natpmp have in common with upnp, and where
> are the differences?

NAT-PMP is intended for two things, requesting a routers public IP address and 
adding/removing port forwardings, UPnP can do much more. NAT-PMP is much 
smaller and less complex than UPnP. Protocol specifications are only 20 pages 



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