JORDI PALET MARTINEZ
jordi.palet at consulintel.es
Thu Aug 8 21:32:23 UTC 2019
I think the only reason DS-Lite got more implementations is that it was the first and "only" choice or IPv6-only with IPv4aaS.
El 8/8/19 22:57, "NANOG en nombre de Jay Hanke" <nanog-bounces at nanog.org en nombre de jayhanke at gmail.com> escribió:
> I can't think of a public presentation off the top of my head that
> explains how each major transition technology works, and the pros and
> cons of each. There must be one, but it's hard to cover the major
> options in an hour.
Actually your post is better than a presentation. I was quite
surprised at the adoption rate of DS-Lite. There must be some pretty
decent B4 implementations with that many operators deployed.
Even though the spreadsheet is small sample size, there isn't much
DS-lite deployment in the US.
So from 10k feet, MAP-E is basically the same thing as DS-Lite except
for the location of the NAT?
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