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6bed4: IPv6 Anywhere in support of Reliable Peering
draft-vanrein-6bed4-04

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (individual)
Author Rick van Rein
Last updated 2021-01-10 (Latest revision 2020-07-09)
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This Internet-Draft is no longer active. A copy of the expired Internet-Draft can be found at:
https://www.ietf.org/archive/id/draft-vanrein-6bed4-04.txt

Abstract

The purpose of 6bed4 is to support IPv6-only networks, hosts and applications. It passes IPv6 frames over UDP between IPv4 sites. Peers connected over 6bed4 can switch to direct routes over UDP/IPv4 after deducing that this will be reliable. 6bed4 lets peer-to-peer applications benefit from transparant addressing in IPv6 and delegates NAPT concerns to 6bed4. It is possible to use 6bed4 as a fallback for IPv6, or as an additional route. Servers can be setup as IPv6-only servers with NAT64 for IPv4-only customers who only need client-server facilities, and add a 6bed4router to also facilitate reliable peer-to-peer protocols.

Authors

Rick van Rein

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