When a LAN is connected to the internet using a wireless router, how do devices on the LAN communicate on the internet using NAT?

When a LAN is connected to the internet using a wireless router, how do devices on the LAN communicate on the internet using NAT?

  • Each LAN must select a single client device from the wireless router settings that can communicate to the internet via NAT.
  • Only a small group of high priority client devices can be chosen by the wireless router to communicate to the internet using NAT.
  • Each device must wait to receive a token from the wireless router in order to communicate to the internet via NAT.
  • All devices must share the single public IPv4 address assigned to the wireless router in order to communicate to the internet via NAT.

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