MAP-T (was: Re: V6 still not supported)
nanog-isp at mail.com
Fri Mar 25 13:49:13 UTC 2022
Most IPv6 transition mechanisms involve some form of (CG)NAT. After watching a NANOG presentation on MAP-T, I have a question regarding this.
Why isn't MAP-T more prevalent, given that it is (almost) stateless on the provider side?
Is it CPE support, the headache of moving state to the CPE, vendor support, or something else?
Mapping of Address and Port using Translation MAP T: Deployment at Charter Communications
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