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ip nat limitation

>From the ipnat man page:

     bimap should really only be used with single IP addresses (x.x.x.x/32).
     Bimapping other CIDR ranges will result in unexpected, and possibly ran-
     dom mappings into the destination address block.

How hard would it be to overcome this limitation?  Ideally anytime
an address mapping like -> 
was in place (ie. the address block size was the same), the
mapping would be one to one, leaving the low bits in tact
(ie. ->, ->

I sent mail to Darren Reed (listed as ipnat author), but have
not heard back from him yet.

                                            Tim N.

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