November 29, 2010

IPv6 Endpoint Support Without Changing Applications

The evolution of the Internet to IPv6 will directly affect enterprise and public sector customers because they will have to communicate with their customers, partners, suppliers, students, and constituents over an IPv6 network.

In order to ensure business continuity, future growth, and equitable access to information for all constituents, organizations need to carefully plan for coexistence between IPv4 and IPv6.

Some endpoints may need to convert to IPv6 only before an organization is ready to convert its entire network or all of its applications to support IPv6. The organization may also have dual-stack-capable endpoints that prefer to use IPv6.

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This is a super, succinct paper that explains how "Stateless NAT 64 provides address family translation services from IPv6 to IPv4 and from IPv4 to IPv6."

I particularly like the fact that it explains exactly which IPv4 to IPv6 issues it solves and which it does not.

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