If your router gets public ip from 100.64.0.0/10 range then they have deployed CGNAT.I'm using their FTTH 300 mbps connection... And stay near Borewell Road. I'm getting a public ip .. So I think I'm not behind any NAT.
Is there a way to confirm that I'm not behind cgnat?
Got it, but still its not public IP... its just to made it in the way, so that it wont conflict with user private ips.View attachment 79687
No its not private one but its shared space among ISPs.
In above Pic. my ISP You Broadband is using CGNAT.
CGNAT EXPLAINED : https://reggle.wordpress.com/2012/07/15/rfc-6598-carrier-grade-nat-explained/