[arin-ppml] The role of NAT in IPv6

Lee Dilkie Lee at Dilkie.com
Thu Apr 15 10:50:58 EDT 2010



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On 4/15/2010 10:27 AM, Gams, Matthew D wrote:
> I don't understand why everyone wants to go IPv6 with global addressing everywhere. And the solution to renumbering is getting organizations with their own blocks which will slowly make the routing tables just as ugly as IPv4????
>
> I would say NAT66 with Site-local "private" addressing on the inside.
>
> On the networks I've ran, I would never want to worry about renumbering just because of an ISP change and I am not thinking that GUA is the way to go.
>
> Keep the internal network internal and only change your outside numberings when you need along with static NAT/NAT pools.
>
> Am I missing something???
>   

yes. how does NAT66 handle protocols with addresses inside?

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