[LAC-TF] [v6ops] discussion of transition technologies (fwd)
Azael Fernandez Alcantara
afaza at unam.mx
Fri Jan 19 18:31:31 BRST 2018
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Date: Fri, 19 Jan 2018 14:15:48 -0600
From: Lee Howard <lee at asgard.org>
To: v6ops at ietf.org
Subject: [v6ops] discussion of transition technologies
The WG Chairs were discussing the various transition technologies at some
I mentioned a previous conversation in another forum that led to this list
of networks and their mechanisms:
(Corrections and additions encouraged, especially with links)
Our impression was that of the 26+ transition mechanisms defined, only a few
have any modern relevance (editorial comments are mine, not consensus
6rd. It may be that its light is waning, with early deployments moving to
native IPv6, and no new deployments.
DS-Lite. Widely deployed, existing support among home gateway
NAT64/464xlat. Implies NAT64, SIIT, which may be used elsewhere. Handset
CLATs. No home gateway CLAT yet.
MAP-T. Announced trials and lots of buzz, but no large-scale deployments,
no home gateway support yet.
MAP-E. Some buzz, no announced trials or deployments, no home gateway
Native dual-stack. Still the gold standard, but doesn’t solve IPv4 address
(Note that “yet” may change at any time).
As a matter of discussion, do you agree?
To guide our work, is there work we should do to document or deprecate any
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