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Switching to IPv6 - Do I need a router?

In the future, since every IP (IPv6 adress) is going to be global, we don't need to use NAT. So basically, why do I need a router on an IPv6-only global network? Why not just replace my router with a ...
2
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1answer
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IPv6 only LAN with NAT64 router for Internet

I want to disable IPv4 on my LAN and run only IPv6. I will use a NAT64 Juniper firewall to provide Internet access since I only have IPv4 Internet. Will this break applications? Will I be able to ...
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0answers
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Use rtpproxy as a NAT on openIMSCore

I have some problems, I want to ask about rtpproxy and OpenIMSCore server. Actually I want to make IMS running like this: client IPv4 -- > OpenIMS <-- ipv6client. I want to use RTPProxy as NAT, so ...
2
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1answer
207 views

NAT with IPv6 (Forced by ISP)

My ISP has recently decided that "high bandwidth clients" are now forced to use IPv6. While I can plug my laptop with Win7 directly into the modem and I have access, connecting routers or my ...
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0answers
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Does it possible to use port forwarding for IPv6 in VMware Workstation?

I can forward port via "Virtual Network Editor" for my VM, but only for IPv4. I have a static IPv6 address on the host and I want to have access to my VM via Internet by IPv6. Is there some way to do ...
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2answers
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How will home networks work in the IPv6 world?

Right now, I have a home network setup behind a Netgear router. That router has a public IP address I get from Comcast. I also have a computer setup on my home network running Linux that runs a DHCP ...
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Are there any home ISPs that offer external IPs for all devices on the network? (No NAT)

NAT is a a real pain, and the large address space in IPv6 doesn't need it. Are there any ISPs that offer actual home routing, giving each computer a global IP address, rather than a local one? This ...
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1answer
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Why does NAT64 require DNS rewriting?

When a IPv6 only host wants to reach a IPv4 only host, why does the DNS server (or possibly the NAT-PT gateway?) have to rewrite the A responses to AAAA? Couldn't IPv6 simply embed the IPv4 address ...
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2answers
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How can I access an IPv6-only host from a Windows 7 computer behind an IPv4-NAT?

I have a computer with Windows 7. It's connected to Internet via an IPv4 NAT router. How can I access a host that is only accessible with IPv6? Is there an easy way to configure the Windows 7 Teredo ...
2
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2answers
238 views

Without NAT on IPv6, and only one DNS name, how do i talk to my servers?

Right now we own one domain name (e.g. superfault.com). From the internet i can connect to a variety of networked devices using that single DNS name: superfault.com ...
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Does NAT provide security?

I'm following discussions about the IPv4->IPv6 transition, and IPv6 doesn't seem to like NAT at all. I've always thought that NAT was helpful in v4 for some security, I know it doesn't really hide ...