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Cache Web pages as NAT server connects to the Internet

How can I configure a NAT server to cache the Web pages as it connects to the Internet?
That all depends on the exact product you are using. Every product is different. Contact the vendor of your NAT software to inquire. In most cases, you will need proxy capabilities in order to cache Internet content. NAT is a different function.
This was first published in February 2004

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