gNAT is a small program designed to give users graphical access to Mac OS X's Network Address Translation (NAT) services without having to use the command line. NAT is a protocol used to share a single Internet connection among multiple computers without requiring a dedicated hardware router. gNAT can be used as a Mac OS X alternative to the basic Internet sharing feature of IPNetRouter.
Version 1.0b9 adds the following:
- Rewrote Interface Checker to avoid crashes for unexpected serial devices.
- Sort external and internal interface popups consistently.
- Fixed bug in adding or removing an IP alias.
- Improved error checking
- Made starting and stoping Internet sharing more reliable (but it still fails to restart correctly after being stopped sometimes).
- Updated setup
MacOS X 10.0 or later