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

Mel Pilgrim list_freebsd at bluerosetech.com
Wed Jun 26 18:48:17 UTC 2019

On 2019-06-25 0:19, mailinglists-freebsd-questions at 927589452.de wrote:
> At the troopers con there was an v6 only network and most things already
> worked,
> The hardest thing is getting a real IPv&/ bigger than a /64 as this is
> required by most systems.

It's trivially easy to get routable prefixes up to a /48, and even 
Comcast will allocate a /60 to IA-PDs.  What system requires a prefix 
shorter than /64 to number a subnet?

> But i don't understand why you would use a NAT64, as one of the reasons
> to use IPv6 is not needing a NAT

NAT64 is not the same thing as NAT44 or NAT66 (the kind of NAT to which 
"IPv6 doesn't require NAT" refers).

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