IPv6-only network--is NAT64+DNS64 really this easy now?

Erwan David erwan at rail.eu.org
Tue Jun 25 09:13:18 UTC 2019

Le 25/06/2019 à 10:27, mailinglists-freebsd-questions at 927589452.de a écrit :
> On 19-06-25 08:38:24, Steve O'Hara-Smith wrote:
>> On Tue, 25 Jun 2019 09:19:43 +0200
>> mailinglists-freebsd-questions at 927589452.de wrote:
>>> The hardest thing is getting a real IPv&/ bigger than a /64 as this is
>>> required by most systems.
>> 	For lab work a /48 over a HE tunnel should do fine, only the router
>> knows it's a tunnel :)
> TBH: I just went live with it in my (home) network and gladly my
> provider announced a /48 per user
> _______________________________________________
My home provider provides a /56. But the box it provides as home
gateway, without which there is no support and which is very difficult
to replace by a real router is unable to handle more than a /64 on the
LAN side...

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