CakeQOS NAT enabled on Cake & Router Firmware?

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I'm just kinda curious, the general settings with Cake state that NAT is enabled. On the Linux manual page it states that 'no-nat' as default. Is there some conflict that needs nat to be enabled in the Cake-qos config, or can I disable it and let the router's NAT handle the work? I don't understand why cake is using nat while my router also is..

EDIT: I'm currently using 'hosts', for a while I was using flows. Might be best just to leave it enabled.
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