IPv6-only network--is NAT64+DNS64 really this easy now?
ultima at ultimasbox.com
Tue Jun 25 02:34:18 UTC 2019
While it may be possible to have an IPv6 only environment, I don't
think it is really viable. There are simply too many things that don't run
on or have very limited support for IPv6 that it makes it very hard
to drop IPv4 altogether and until something comes along forcing the
move it likely won't happen for at least another decade at the minimum.
On Mon, Jun 24, 2019 at 6:50 PM Mel Pilgrim <list_freebsd at bluerosetech.com>
> I'm looking to set up a pure-IPv6 environment to test the viability of
> it. I tried this a few years ago and fell flat on my face due to the
> lack of NAT64 and DNS64 support.
> Reading through docs now, it looks like unbound has a DNS64 module, and
> NAT64 is baked into ipfw. Waving a hand at bug-hunting and lamentations
> over the inertia of embedded systems designers, has it really become
> this easy to turn up an IPv6-only site?
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