Analysis of NAT64 Port Allocation Methods for Shared IPv4 Addresses
draft-chen-sunset4-nat64-port-allocation-00

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Authors Gang Chen  , Weibo Li  , Tina Tsou  , Jing Huang  , Tom Taylor 
Last updated 2015-04-17 (latest revision 2015-04-15)
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Abstract

This document enumerates methods of port assignment in Carrier Grade NATs (CGNs), focused particularly on NAT64 environments. A theoretical framework of different NAT port allocation methods is described. The memo is intended to clarify and focus the port allocation discussion and propose an integrated view of the considerations for selection of the port allocation mechanism in a given deployment.

Authors

Gang Chen (phdgang@gmail.com)
Weibo Li (mweiboli@gmail.com)
Tina Tsou (tina.tsou.zouting@huawei.com)
Jing Huang (james.huang@huawei.com)
Tom Taylor (tom.taylor.stds@gmail.com)

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