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Old 02-14-2012, 06:21 PM   #1
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currently we have a requirement to transition into ipv6 using dual stack.

we have on-site users as well as guest/visitors who will have ipv6 hosts who wants to access the internet to a mixture of ipv4/v6 web servers.

we hired a consultant and he advised the best way is using NAT-PT. i read online with the introduction of IETF-RFC4966 that NAT-PT has been depecrated/obsoleted, and that it's better to use NAT64. Is this true?

any advices or suggestions. many thanks!

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