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    44In this section, we are going to build a router for a network with a private address space that needs a one-to-many NAT (IP Masquerade) for some reason (e.g. short on public IP space or security) using OpenFlow. As shown in the figure below, hosts `inside1` and `inside2` are part of the private network, while host `outside` is outside. The LAN has only one public IP — '''128.128.129.1'''. (The external IPs we use, 128.128.128.0/24 and 128.128.129.0/24, are just an example. If your public IP happens to be in this subnet, change them to others.)
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    77== 1 Test reachability before starting controller ==
    88=== 1.1 Login to your hosts ===