I’m sure that you’ve probably seen the now-famous Double Rainbow video somewhere on the Internet or television. It has spawned thousands of time-wasting videos. Allow me to make that 1,001.
Gerren Murphy (@Smurficus) threw down the gauntlet on Sept. 27th with this tweet. I thought it might be fun to try, so I fired up the Flip and promptly got writers block. How to show what double NAT really looked like? That’s when I stumbled across the Wikipedia page for carrier-grade NAT. The picture there served my purpose just fine, so I pulled it up in full screen and let my best method acting take over:
I would like to thank the Academy for any awards I might win in the future. Although I apologize to my readers for not being as…augmented as the original video director.
If you’d like to learn more about carrier-grade NAT (also called NAT444), please head to Ivan Pepelnjak’s blog and check out his NAT444 post.