we are talking about NAT64 (IPv6-only datacenter's path to a legacy
and NPT66 (prefix transalation). I doubt anyone had a traditional NAT
Kevin Oberman wrote:
No, all of the messages in the thread are specific about NAT66, not
NPT66 may have real value. I hate it, but it may well be better than
Cy Schubert wrote:
That I don't disagree with, IPv6 NAT makes no logical sense. Having
that I've received emails asking about NAT66 specifically. It is on
My impression is that often the term NAT66 is used indiscriminately,
even when NPT66 (static prefix translation) is meant.
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