What is the difference between Easy IP and address pool

The differences between NAT and easy IP are as follows:
- When Easy IP is used, the interface IP address is used as the mapped public IP address.
- When the address pool is used, the public address pool needs to be configured. The public address that maps the private address is selected from the public address pool.
When a user accesses the public network through NAT, use either of the following modes based on the IP plan of the public network:
- When the IP address of the outbound interface and other applications are configured on the NAT device, if there are idle public IP addresses, use the address pool mode.
- When the IP address of the outbound interface and other applications are configured on the NAT device, if there are no idle public IP addresses, use the Easy IP mode.

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