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Essentially "Double Natting" is what happens when you place your computer behind a NAT router which is itself, behind another NAT router.
Occasionally it just happens, particularly in corporate environments where you want a small network to be isolated from the corporate network it's on, which in turn is isolated from the internet that it's connected to. While it slows things down just a tad, in practice, most, though not all, things work just fine across a double NAT.
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