Co-existence of both dual-stack and IPv6-only hosts
draft-kaliwoda-sunset4-dual-ipv6-coexist-01

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Abstract

Some networks are expected to support IPv4-only, dual-stack, and IPv6-only hosts at the same time. Such networks may want to add IPv6/IPv4 translation for the IPv6-only host so it can access servers on the IPv4 Internet. Adding translation service to the IPv6-enabled network may change dual-stack host behavior and affect the way deployed network is working. This document defines the problem statement for such networks.

Authors

Arkadiusz Kaliwoda (akaliwod@cisco.com)
David Binet (david.binet@orange.com)

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