Traversing X11 clients behind NAT (or X11 end-to-end connectivity)

Dan Kegel dank at
Sun Apr 13 14:30:24 PDT 2008

On Sun, Apr 13, 2008 at 2:20 PM, Juliusz Chroboczek
<Juliusz.Chroboczek at> wrote:
>  If you control both the client and the server, which is usually the
>  case with X11, it is trivial to give a Teredo address to both and
>  enjoy NAT-free end-to-end communication:
>  Think of Teredo as a NAT traversal technology.  Instead of
>  implementing NAT traversal in every application, you implement it
>  once, at the network layer, and have all applications assume
>  end-to-end connectivity.

For the curious: see also
for a survey of NAT traversal methods, including (I think) the one
used by Teredo.
- Dan

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