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July 2009 Blog Posts (2)

NAT-PT is dead, let the translation race begin

In 2007 the IETF deprecated the NAT-PT translation solution (RFC4966) because translation was considered harmful. Less than two years later translation it is back in the IETF and back with force. During the 75th IETF meeting in Stockholm this week translation was one of the big topics and one of the topics with a great sense of urgency. The replacement for NAT-PT is now called NAT64 and offers a translation between IPv6 and IPv4 in much of the same ways as NAT-PT. There are of course… Continue

Added by Mikael Lind on July 31, 2009 at 12:30pm — 2 Comments

IPv6... more than half Top Level Domains not really on top.

Posted by Yves Poppe, our guest blogger

At the recent ISOC Asia (1) conference in Kuala Lumpur a rather innocuous coffee break question was raised: could any one around the table name some of the major TLD’s still delinquent in their IPv6 support ? Nobody could answer on the spot but the question intrigued me.

A logical place to start looking for an answer was ICANN (2). Their Kim Davies provided a rather revealing perspective in a presentation (3) at ICANN 34 in… Continue

Added by gogo6 on July 30, 2009 at 9:00am — No Comments

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