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Re: [RRG] Six/One Router Design Clarifications
On 2008-07-16 09:19, Tony Li wrote:
> |I don't find this OK in an IPv6 environment. We've worked very hard for
> |years to make sure that IPv6 deployment doesn't require NAT, and it
> |is not a correct assumption that applications can support NAT kludges
> |for IPv6 just because they must do so for IPv4 (including IPv6-IPv4
> |packet level translation).
> As has been said before, all of the translation options are basically
> architected NAT.
> To adapt to this, applications can either perform NAT kludges or change to
> truly operate on a separate and clear identifier.
Well yes, but many of the solutions deliver the original packet,
and it seems that in the particular case Christian was describing,
Six/One Router would deliver a translated packet. That doesn't
happen with a map/encap solution.
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