IVI Update to SIIT and NAT-PT
draft-baker-behave-ivi-01

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Authors Xing Li  , Congxiao Bao  , Fred Baker  , Kevin Yin 
Last updated 2008-09-16 (latest revision 2008-09-15)
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This Internet-Draft is no longer active. A copy of the expired Internet-Draft can be found at
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Abstract

This note proposes an address and service architecture designed to facilitate transition from an IPv4 Internet to an IPv6 Internet. This service contains three parts: A DNS Application Layer Gateway, a stateful Network Address Translator that enables IPv6 clients to initiate connections to IPv4 servers and peers, and a stateless Network Address Translator that enables IPv4 and IPv6 systems to interoperate freely. It is couched as an update to RFCs 2765 and 2766. This is because the stateless service is essentially the SIIT with a different address format, and because the DNS Application Layer Gateway and the stateful translator have significant similarities to NAT-PT. There are, however, important differences from NAT-PT, responsive to the issues raised in RFC 4966.

Authors

Xing Li (xing@cernet.edu.cn)
Congxiao Bao (congxiao@cernet.edu.cn)
Fred Baker (fred@cisco.com)
Kevin Yin (kyin@cisco.com)

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