So we have two camps out there at present, even split amongst continents. One sits firmly on the Anti-CGN concept & the other is pro. Now with transition technologies we don't have much of a choice considering there is really not an "industry wide" roadmap to handle IPv6 and its transition, which opens another can of worms, and thus we are fractured on our future. I would much prefer we come to an agreement of the future as an industry and be done with it, focus our resources on that…Continue
Posted on April 30, 2013 at 4:00am
Making a new post to prevent too much editing.
So carrying on from my previous post I am adding some items to this list and changing it slightly.
I will keep this post updated and edited, extending until complete with my development on both DS-lite & NAT64.
DS-lite / NAT64 Implementation Considerations
Scalability is all about throughput control & service up…Continue
Posted on November 22, 2011 at 7:00am
A few notes on the development of IPv6 transition technologies.
Now I have chosen two technologies here. DS-lite due to its forward presentation of IPv6 into your network. Now whether a DSL ISP, Cable ISP or Enterprise you must consider pushing your network, in my view, to native IPv6 as soon as possible. 4in6, 4 tunneled in a 6 transport, moves you to this goal. You are going to have to do so anyway, eventually, so for the bigger players it is our chance to test, vendor…Continue
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