Question Re: best practices
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Mon May 9 18:45:12 CEST 2011
On Mon, May 9, 2011 at 9:38 AM, Austin Schutz <tex at off.org> wrote:
> I'm curious about this having read a couple books about the IPv4 -> IPv6
> transition. I would like to know what the current best practice is.
> Given: A small set ipv6 only network running various protocols, call this
> the "IPv6 only server network", and a large legacy client IPv4 network, call
> this, say, "The Internet".
> In this scenario the operator of the ipv6 network may not have the luxury of
> implementing dual stack on the legacy IPv4 network. Given that the
> methodology of providing access to this network via NA(P)T-PT has been
> obsoleted, what is the current best practice for solving this problem?
> I'm not really interested in a philosophical sort of "what I think should
> happen" sort of debate, but rather a practical "this is what I have
> implemented in my network" or "this is how I would solve this issue given
> currently available equipment, software, and configurations techniques".
> Answers involving proposed but not implemented drafts are interesting but
> not necessarily helpful.
> Answers much appreciated.
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