Superloop Services and CG-NAT
This article explains what CG-NAT is and if Superloop have this enabled on our services.
What is CG-NAT?
Carrier-grade NAT (CGNAT, also known as large-scale NAT), is a method of sharing a single unique public IP address with multiple services to allow providers to extend their pool of usable IPv4 addresses. This means your modem or router will be assigned a private IP address instead of a unique public IP address. Our network will then translate that into a shared public address allowing you to access the Internet.
You can learn more about CG-NAT here
Does Superloop use CG-NAT?
We have begun rolling out CG-NAT across our network. This process is on going and will be done on a state by state basis.
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