IPv6-only network--is NAT64+DNS64 really this easy now?
list_freebsd at bluerosetech.com
Tue Jun 25 02:47:07 UTC 2019
On 2019-06-24 19:33, Ultima wrote:
> Hello Mel,
> 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.
Yes, that is why I wrote "Waving a hand at bug-hunting and lamentations
over the inertia of embedded systems designers".
This a lab experiment specifically to iron out the very wrinkles you
> 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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