[ppml] The myth of IPv6-IPv4 interoperation, was: Re: Legacy /24s

Colin Alston colin at thusa.co.za
Mon Sep 3 13:09:51 EDT 2007

On 03/09/2007 18:38 michael.dillon at bt.com wrote:
> Given that IPv4-IPv6 proxying is as simple to implement as PNAT, one
> wonders why people are making such a fuss.

I think you mean IPv6 to IPv4 proxying? Letting IPv4-only hosts talk 
to IPv6 is an impossibility. Unless CERN finish the LHC and find the 
"answers to the universe" soon or something that is ;-)

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