Tag Archives: IPv6

IPv6 NAT64 power and limitations

When discussing IPv6 matters, you can often hear “… and there we put some sort of NAT translation to connect IPv4 to IPv6”. Many heard that NAT64 is a way to go, but we need to remember that in its nature NAT64 is not symmetric. It does matter which domain initiates the connection: v4 or […]

Do something about IPv6, at last

At this moment I am working for one of our customers, and was asked to kick-start discussions about IPv6. I sent around the message with the following content: Why is business so slow in adopting IPv6? IPv6 it is neither the new service nor the new feature. It does not improve performance or security, and […]

Approach to running an IPv6 Pilot

How to start an IPv6 Pilot – kind of puzzling question, because everything we know about Networking must be enabled with IPv6.¬†You can start from any side, but some sides are less steep and can let you walk up step by step instead of climbing overhanging walls. Let’s look at deployment scenarios first. For majority […]