In general, while ALGs may not be necessary for all applications, they do offer several benefits within the context of CGNAT. The ultimate decision regarding ALG usage depends on the specific needs and requirements of the network. Some applications may function perfectly without ALGs, while others may require them for proper operation. A general recommendation would be to use only the critical ALGs that are essential for certain applications, such as FTP, PPTP, and TFTP. NFWare CGNAT
provides support for multiple types of ALGs, including FTP, TFTP, PPTP, SIP, RTSP, and DNS. However, it also allows users to enable or disable them as needed. Our experienced engineers and consultants can collaborate with ISPs to determine the optimal configuration for their network, ensuring reliable and efficient connectivity for their customers.