Reasons to Deprecate NAT-PT
draft-aoun-v6ops-natpt-deprecate-00

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Abstract

This document discusses reasons why use of the specific form of IPv6-IPv4 protocol translation mechanism implemented by the Network Address Translator - Protocol Translator (NAT-PT) defined in RFC 2766 should be deprecated and RFC2766 moved to historic status. Description of an alternative protocol translation mechanism is out of scope for this document.

Authors

Cedric Aoun (cedric.aoun@nortelnetworks.com)

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