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RE: A host who has private IPv4 address can communicate with IPv6 host globaly by 6to4 tunnel



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Fred Templin wrote:

> The same would work also for ISATAP (see: isatap.com), except
> that ISATAP can use any IPv6 prefix, i.e., not just 2002::/16.
> (Besides; 2002 was *last* year...)

They are talking about 6to4 (proto-41 :) which can use both
prefixes from 2001::/16 (the year before that) and 3ffe::/16
(thats a long time from now :) and basically anything one invents ofcourse ;)

Personally I have to admit that I never used isatap... I should
look into it some time.

Greets,
 Jeroen

> >Hi,
> >
> >Yes, this will work.  This technique is quite widely used, and is one
> >reason for this draft:
> >http://www.ietf.org/internet-drafts/draft-palet-v6ops-proto41-nat-01.txt

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